We may not know whether androids dream of electric sheep, but we do know they dream of a PC release. David Cage and Quantic Dream's futuristic adventure-thriller Detroit: Become Human lands on PC this December. It'll be an Epic Games Store exclusive.
You'll be able to grab Detroit: Become Human for $39.99 when it comes out. If you're still undecided, don't worry - you'll also be able to grab a free demo. The original PS4 version of Detroit: Become Human launched back in May 2018 and managed to shift over 3 million copies. The game also managed to garner some pretty positive reviews, so it's worth checking out on PC. Take a look at the PC teaser trailer for Detroit: Become Human below:
Naturally, you'll be able to enjoy Detroit: Become Human with a few enhancements. Writer and director David Cage says the dev team created a new engine so the game would support 4K resolution and high-quality rendering "on a wide range of PCs". It'll run at 60fps provided you've got the hardware. Lastly, you'll be able to play the game entirely with mouse and keyboard should you wish. If you prefer controllers, they're supported too, so don't worry.
Detroit: Become Human is a dystopian adventure game set in an alternate near-future version of the real world. Three androids, Kara, Connor, and Markus, must face multiple difficult dilemmas as they navigate a world in which tensions and hostilities between humans and androids are threatening to boil over. This being a Quantic Dream game, each decision affects the story. Detroit: Become Human even comes with a handy flowchart so you can see what effect your decisions have had, as well as how you could have acted differently in each scenario. Quantic Dream's game launches on PC via the Epic Games Store on December 12th.
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