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[Update #2]: All three games have now landed onto Steam alongside free demos.

[Update]: Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human are all coming to Steam this June.

It took a fair bit of time since the original announcement, but all three of Quantic Dream's modern, narrative-driven games have now made their way to PC. Much like its predecessors, Detroit: Become Human brings with it support for 4K resolutions and 60 fps, the ability to play with a gamepad or keyboard & mouse combo, as well as a variety of minor improvements and optimizations.

If you're wondering what all of this looks like in gameplay terms, as well as what the story might be about, allow me to share with you the launch trailer. Have a look, it's fairly short:

Like all David Cage games, Detroit: Become Human is a little bit divisive. It has some brilliant ideas and the story it's trying to tell is genuinely interesting, but as is tradition, it also features a fair few nonsensical plot holes and bouts of cheesy dialog. So if you're planning to grab Detroit: Become Human, make sure to do a bit of research beforehand, just so you know what you're getting yourself into exactly.

Speaking of which, you can learn more about Detroit: Become Human, as well as follow any future updates, by visiting the official website. Have fun!