After 1.3M Downloads on Xbox One, 1080p/60fps D4 Hits PC in June
PC version of D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die arrives June 12 for $15.
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The PC version of quirky murder-mystery game D4: Dark Dreams Don't Die will arrive on June 5. Director Hidetaka Suehiro, perhaps better known by his nickname, Swery, announced the news today on Twitter.
The new Windows version, which runs at 1080p/60fps, will be available for $15 through Steam, GOG, the Humble Store, and Playism.
D4 for PC features a range of changes from the Xbox One edition. First, Kinect controls have been removed entirely. What's more, it includes all previously released DLC, as well as a variety of bug fixes and PC-only graphics options.
A full list of changes, along with the system requirements, is available here.
Originally released in 2014 for Xbox One, D4 has seen more than 1.3 million lifetime downloads. This figure, however, includes copies downloaded when D4 was free in January for all Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
Although D4 is expanding to PC, the game is never coming to PlayStation 4, according to Swery.
Upon D4's release last year, GameSpot gave the title a 7.0. Reviewer Kevin VanOrd praised its ridiculous story and atmosphere, while lamenting its stereotypical characters and several slow stretches that bogged down the pace.
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