Detroit: Become Human arrived on PC in December 2019, but I took some time to test it out properly due to the many problematics that seemed to affect the majority of players after release. Now that I completed my second run of the game on laptop, I can properly review the technical aspect along with the narrative side. Please note that this is related to the Epic Games version, I can’t speak for the Steam one although I assume things will work the same way. Moreover, this review is not entirely SPOILER free, so beware all ye who enter here!
Quantic Dream is a French video game company founded in 1997 and it is well known for developing interactive titles like Fahrenheit (Indigo Prophecy), Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human. Apart from Fahrenheit being multiplatform, the other three cinematic products have been Sony exclusive for a few years. However, Quantic has recently announced the detachment from the Japanese Corporation and the intention of publishing their games on the Epic Games Store.