The French dev team Quantic Dream has stopped going PlayStation-exclusive, which is why their currently newest game, Detroit: Become Human will show up on PC shortly.
If you remember, Detroit: Become Human first launched on PlayStation 4 in May 2018. Since then, 1.5 years have passed, and meanwhile, Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, the team’s two initially PlayStation 3-exclusive games, have also been ported, although they are exclusive to the Epic Games Store (plus they have Denuvo because think it’s necessary). Now it’s Detroit: Become Human’s turn – David Cage and co announced in a new trailer when the conflict between the humans and the androids will show up on our computers.
„Freedom has a price. Detroit 2038. Technology has evolved to a point where human-like androids are everywhere. They speak, move and behave like human beings, but they are only machines serving humans. Play three distinct androids and see a world at the brink of chaos – perhaps our future – through their eyes. Your very decisions will dramatically alter how the game’s intense, branching narrative plays out. You will face moral dilemmas and decide who lives or dies. With thousands of choices and dozens of possible endings, how will you affect the future of Detroit and humanity’s destiny?”, the game’s Epic Games Store page reads.
Unfortunately, no system requirements are seen on the store page, so we may have to discuss the minimum and recommended specs needed for the game, which is less than a month away from its PC launch: Detroit: Become Human is going to be available from December 12, for 40 dollars/euros. Possibly more – Beyond: Two Souls is 19.90+ euros, meaning they make us pay extra depending on our payment method. (Thanks for that – it’s not as if we have money to buy games that often anyway.)
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