The listing has no specific information relating to Beyond: Two Souls, such as the game’s name or a suggested retail price, and searching for the game on Steam pulls no results for it. An exact release date for this PC version of Beyond: Two Souls remains unconfirmed for now.
This is not Beyond: Two Souls’ first foray on the PC platform, though. In May 2019, Quantic Dream confirmed that Beyond: Two Souls–as well as its other titles such as Detroit: Become Human and Heavy Rain–would launch on PC through the Epic Games Store. All three games are now available through Epic’s proprietary storefront, and each title has a free playable demo available to download.
Earlier this year, Quantic Dream announced it’s now independent after working with Sony exclusively for a number of years. In doing so, the studio confirmed plans to “provide investment” for other developers.
Originally a PlayStation exclusive, showing up on both PlayStation 3 and 4, Beyond: Two Souls launched in October 2013 to largely favorable reviews. We scored it a 9/10 in our original Beyond: Two Souls review, saying, “Beyond: Two Souls is a gripping adventure that doesn’t get lost in its supernatural setup.”
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