Detroit: Become Human‘s PC release has been much-anticipated for many months, but developer Quantic Dream hadn’t until now confirmed a specific date. However the company has, finally, confirmed when Detroit is coming to PC – December 12.
That means you don’t have too much longer to wait to play the sci-fi thriller on PC. The game will be exclusive to the Epic Games Store; it costs $40 / £30. A demo version, which includes the game’s first level, will launch the same day.
Detroit first launched in 2018 as a PS4 exclusive, releasing to a mixed critical reception. Quantic Dream says the game will come to PC sporting some new improvements, including a new engine and enhanced UI.
“Porting the game to PC has been a tremendous challenge, as we wanted players to get the original experience without any compromise”, says writer and director David Cage. “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. 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.”
For more on Quantic Dream’s latest game, check out Detroit: Become Human’s system requirements.
The company and its figurehead Cage previously made Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, which made a similar journey from PlayStation exclusivity to the Epic Store this summer.