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Detroit: Become Human on PC: new engine, 4K support and December debut

Quantic Dream have announced that Detroit: Become Human will be available on the PC before Christmas.

Published Wed, Nov 20 2019 5:09 AM CST   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 11:46 AM CST

The developers behind Detroit: Become Human have announced that their critically acclaimed title will be arriving on PC next month.

Quantic Dream, the developers behind other well-known titles such as Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls have said that their previously PlayStation-exclusive titles would be making their way over to PC. Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls have already made the transition, and now its time for Detroit: Become Human to as well.

PC gamers might be worried about the port being rushed and not delivered correctly. Well, I can put your worries aside for you, as we have confirmation by Quantic Dream co-founder that this is no sloppy port. According to Quantic Dream co-founder David Cage, "Porting the game to PC has been a tremendous challenge, as we wanted players to get the original experience without any compromise. So we entirely redesigned the interface and developed a new engine to offer 4K resolution and high quality rendering on a wide range of PCs."

He continued and said, "We are glad to welcome more "deviants" into the dystopic world of Detroit, and allow them to discover Quantic Dream's vision of interactive storytelling."

Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human will be arriving on the Epic Games Store on December 12th. For more information or if you would like to pre-order the title, visit this link here.

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