Quantic Dream's game Detroit: Become Human had launched as a PlayStation 4 exclusive but it ended up being timed exclusivity, and it will join its predecessors Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls on the Epic Games Store on 12 December 2019.
Granted, Quantic Dream still went for an exclusive deal, as all three are only available to PC users via the Epic Games Store, so if you've still got ethical bones to pick with Sweeney and Co, you probably still call it a PS exclusive.
Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls launched in June and July of 2019, respectively, but the dev said Detroit: Become Human's release will be in autumn. Now, 12 December is a bit later than that, but we've waited for David Cage's games on PC this far so we're inclined to let it slide.
As for the game itself, anyone familiar with Cage's brand of gaming knows to expect a narrative delicacy but Detroit: Become Human is quite likely Quantic Dream's magnum opus and is by no means a slouch in other departments.
Of course, we're talking about graphics, and you've surely seen the scarily lifelike screenshots - if not, feel free to check them out in our gallery below, as they're quite the treat. PC players will be getting the usual bells and whistles, as Quantic Dream promised 4K, 60 FPS, optional mouse and keyboard controls, etc.
Detroit: Become Human's story follows three android protagonists - Kara, Connor and Markus, and while you're likely to be familiar with many of the themes, there's a lot to play through thanks to extensively branching storylines and player choices.
On the same date, Quantic Dream will offer Detroit: Become Human demo for those interested in giving it a quick spin to decide whether it's their cup of tea.