Quantic Dream shared an exciting announcement today on Twitch in regards to adding several of their games to Steam. Previously, Quantic Dream games were available on PC, but as timed Epic Games Store exclusives. With the period of exclusivity up, Steam users can now buy and enjoy Quantic Dream titles like Detroit: Become Human!
Quantic Dream releasing several games to Steam
Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human are all coming to Steam as confirmed by Quantic Dream in a livestream on Twitch. All three PlayStation 4 games released to the Epic Games Store as timed exclusives. Now that the period of exclusivity is up, Quantic is free to add their games to Steam.
If you’re itching to play these games on PC and only use Steam as a platform, you’ll be happy to hear you won’t have to wait too long before the games become available. The games are scheduled to release at the same time on June 18. You can view their Steam pages for additional info, wishlist the games, and even try out free demos for these games if you’re wondering how they’ll run on your PC setup.
Games like Heavy Rain shouldn’t be taxing on your PC setup, but graphically heavier games like Detroit: Become Human might. Fortunately, the Steam pages also include minimum and recommended PC requirements listed. If you’re only familiar with a few Quantic Dream titles, we’ve included each game’s synopsis below!
- Heavy Rain: “Experience a gripping psychological thriller filled with innumerable twists and turns. The hunt is on for a murderer known only as the Origami Killer. Four characters, each following their own leads, must take part in a desperate attempt to prevent the killer from claiming a new victim.”
- Beyond: Two Souls: “A unique psychological action thriller delivered by A-list Hollywood performances by Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe, Beyond: Two Souls takes you on a thrilling journey across the globe as you play out the remarkable life of Jodie Holmes.”
- Detroit: Become Human: “Detroit: Become Human puts the destiny of both mankind and androids in your hands, taking you to a near future where machines have become more intelligent than humans. Every choice you make affects the outcome of the game, with one of the most intricately branching narratives ever created.”
We’re genuinely excited to be able to play these amazing Quantic Dream games on PC via Steam, and are looking forward to their launch date of June 18. Until then, we’re curious to hear what you think of Quantic Dream releasing three of their games to Steam. Are you planning to buy any of them? Comment below!Load Comments