The former PlayStation 4 exclusive, Detroit: Become Human is set to launch on PC next month.
Quantic Dream has announced the game will release on December 12, on the Epic Games Store. Additionally, the developer has confirmed it will be publishing the PC port, whereas Sony Interactive Entertainment published the title on the PS4.
The PC version will support 4K resolution, 60fps (as seen in the teaser trailer embedded below), and full integration of both mouse/keyboard and gamepad controls. The game will cost USD$39.99 and will be a one year timed exclusive on Epic’s PC store front.
Quantic Dream’s previous titles, including Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain were released on PC earlier this year. The publisher has also discussed the challenges of bringing its games to PC. Additionally, more details about Quantic Dream’s PC efforts and the future of the studio are available in the interview OnlySP’s Mike Cripe conducted with CEO and creative director David Cage.