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David Cage has an interesting portfolio of interesting games. They’re not quite AAA titles yet his most recent one has garnered a lot of attention and success. They’re also pretty wild, no matter which one you decide to choose. And it looks like Cage and his studio Quantic Dream are working on a new project.
Quantic Dream have finally released their latest trilogy of games on Steam a couple days ago, including the great Beyond Two Souls. But what’s most interesting about their release is that they have launched without any Denuvo DRM.
Heavy Rain developer Quantic Dream has announced it’s now intending to self-publish all its futures. Quantic Dream will be a wholly independent development and publishing outfit, meaning future games should no longer be tied to exclusivity deals.
Quantic Dream has pushed out the first patch for Detroit: Become Human, the sci-fi adventure game which launched through the Epic Games Store last week.
This time last year it would've seemed utterly impossible but the (ex) PS4 exclusive Detroit: Become Human is now out on PC. Quantic Dream's adventure game portrays the tale of three AI androids who believe themselves sentient, fighting for their to be considered human. It was a big budget, tentpole PS4 release back in 2018 and now it's back and looking better than ever on PC.
Detroit: Become Human’s PC release date has been locked in. The (ex) PlayStation 4 exclusive will be launching through the Epic Games Store on December 12th.
Quantic Dream has dated all three its three narrative-driven adventures for release on PC. Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human were all PlayStation exclusives and will be coming to PC for the first time throughout this year.
Last week, Epic revealed Quantic Dream would be bringing a trio of its games to PC, exclusively through the Epic Games Store, including Detroit: Become Human, Heavy Rain, and Beyond Two Souls. Detroit: Become Human is one of the best-looking games I've ever laid my eyes on, so this is well poised to be a visual showcase on PC. 
Epic Games brought out the big guns yesterday evening, announcing a whole swathe of upcoming titles that’ll be exclusive to the Epic Games Store. This includes a trio of PlayStation 4 exclusives from Quantic Dream, made up of Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and last year’s Detroit: Become Human. Detroit was already one of the best-looking games going so it could look absolutely fantastic with the power of a gaming PC behind it.
Quantic Dream, creators of the divisive Detroit: Become Human and Heavy Rain, have relinquished their deal with Sony and become a multiplatform developer.
Fresh from the absolute juggernaut that is God of War, Sony’s next big PlayStation 4 exclusive is launching this Friday. Detroit: Become Human is the latest choice-based adventure game from the always controversial David Cage and his team at Quantic Dream, showcasing a near-future society in which androids have become fully immersed in society.