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Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human come to Steam in June

Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human come to Steam in June

Quantic Dream has announced that the PC ports of their three modern titles are finally coming to Steam. Next month, after a long stint on the Epic Games Store, the three games will come to Steam. All the Quantic Dream games have been out on Sony consoles for some time. They came out on the PS3 in the case of Heavy Rain, with Beyond: Two Souls going to both PS3 and PS4. The final of the three marked the first PS4 exclusive.

The adventure games with twisting narratives courtesy of the, frankly bombastic and controversial, writing of David Cage has stirred a lot of opinions. Players both loved and hated these games for various reasons. The acting and use of big-name talent and good casting was often cited as a strong point. The writing and structure of the story, especially for older games, has often been a sore spot.

Being console games, the port to PC was met with a fair amount of excitement. Quantic Dream negotiated a timed exclusivity deal with Epic Games to port all three games to the Epic storefront. There were demos for the EGS versions at one point, but those were pulled after a workaround was found that bypassed DRM. This allowed people to play the game for free.

All three games are now coming to Steam as the exclusivity deal has expired. This is shortly before the Steam Summer Sale kicks off, although I wouldn’t count on a discount. All three of the PS3/PS4 titles release via Steam on June 18.

The games also got demos ahead of the PC launch onto Steam next month. Quantic Dream has also released a new trailer for the Steam versions, which can be seen below.

All three have their own demos out on Steam now as well. So you can grab any of the three, Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human and try them out. Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human are out now for PlayStation 4 and PC through the Epic Game Store, and will come to Steam on June 18.

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