PC players can finally play Quantic Dream’s games somewhere other than Epic.
25 May 2020 10:13 pm
25 May 2020 10:03 pm
Quantic Dream’s three latest games will arrive on Steam simultaneously on June 18, the company announced on Twitter. Quantic Dream had previously released the game’s on the Epic Game Store in 2019. Before that, all three games had been PlayStation exclusives.
Download the free demos NOW:
Heavy Rain: https://t.co/vgyWgO3YBt
— QUANTIC DREAM (@Quantic_Dream) May 25, 2020
Earlier this year, Quantic Dream founder David Cage said that the studio had “lots of surprises” in store for fans in 2020. It seems this might have been at least part of what he was talking about.
PC gamers who held off on buying Quantic Dreams’ library will also be able to play a free demo of each game.
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Steam doesn’t currently have prices listed for any of the three games, but we can get a potential idea based on what they’re going for on Epic. On Epic, Detroit is currently being sold for $39.99, Beyond for $19.99, and Heavy Rain for $19.99.
We quite liked Detroit: Become Human, calling it “a wonderfully silly interactive drama that meaningfully bends to your will” in our review. You can also check out our Beyond: Two Souls review and our Heavy Rain review to see how these Quantic Dreams games hold up today.
Joseph Knoop is a writer/producer for IGN, and he’s on every platform.