Quantic Dream’s formerly PlayStation-exclusive trilogy of cinematic narrative games are coming to PC, and now we know when. Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human will see staggered releases throughout the year, and they’ll each offer a demo well ahead of launch. These launches are coming via the Epic Games store – so that will be the only place to pick them up.
Heavy Rain’s demo launches on May 24, and the full game will follow on June 24. Similarly, the Beyond: Two Souls demo hits on June 27, with the full game to follow on July 22. Both games will be available for $19.99 USD. Detroit: Become Human’s demo will launch “later this summer,” and the full game will be available “later this fall” for $39.99 USD.
August for the Detroit demo and September for the full game would match the monthly release cadence of the other launches, but the press release stops short of offering specific dates.
“Through these demos,” co-CEO Guillaume de Fondaumière says, “gamers will have the opportunity to look into the hard work and dedication we have put into the PC versions of our beloved titles.”
We got a look at the Detroit: Become Human system requirements earlier this year, so you can follow that link if you want to know how your PC measures up.
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Beyond the launch of exclusive games, you’ll find a substantial Epic Games store sale this month to entice you toward making use of the launcher. You’ll find discounts on basically everything, including pre-orders like Borderlands 3.