Quantic Dream has announced release dates and demos for the PC versions of Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human, which will be available via the Epic Games Store. Here are the release dates: Heavy Rain – June 24 (demo available May 24) – $19.99 Beyond: Two Souls – July 22 (demo available …
Earlier this year, Quantic Dream announced plans to bring its most notable PlayStation exclusives across to PC, and now we know exactly when.
There'll also be free demos for each game starting at the end of this month
The PC versions of Quantic Dream's Detroit: Become Human, Beyond Two Souls, and Heavy Rain have identical - and demanding - PC requirements.
Quantic Dream released the official Detroit: Become Human PC system requirements via the Epic Games Store page. The Vulkan API will be used.
The system requirements for the recently-announced PC versions of Detroit: Become Human, Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain are now out, and they all recommend a GTX 1080 or equivalent.The requirements for the Quantic Dream games are listed on their respective Epic Game Store pages, and the recommended specs are the same across the board: an i7-2700K or equivalent, a GTX 1080 or equivalent and 12GB of RAM. That's high-end stuff, especially considering Heavy Rain is now nine years old.The minimum requirements for the three games all match, and they include an i5-2400 @ 3.4GHz or equivalent, a GTX 660 or equivalent, and 4GB of RAM. That leaves a big gap between minimum and recommended, so my guess is the recommended specs relate to playing in 4K.The Epic Games Store page for Detroit: Become Human also reveals the game will support Vulkan API.All three are exclusive to the Epic Games Store, and don't yet have a release date. This week, we also found out that both The Outer Worlds and Control would launch on the store, and not on Steam.
The French studio will have "great news" to share soon.
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