Detroit: Become Human – The developers thanked Steam for the great welcome
Sales of Detroit: Become Human have recently reached another milestone, and the developers have thanked PC gamers for that.
- Detroit: Become Human has already sold 5 million copies
- The co-director of Quantic Dream also spoke about this
- Who highlighted the positive reception they received from Steam
For a long time, the Quantic Dream team only delighted PlayStation owners with their games with deep history and exciting characters, but that changed last year after the studio announced that their current PS exclusive titles would also visit PCs. Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human first appeared on the Epic Store, and this year they were able to visit Steam as well, with seemingly breakthrough success.
Recently, sales of Detroit: Become Human exceeded five million copies, and the studio’s co-director, Guillaume de Fondaumière, spoke, thanking him for his support and talking about his steam debut. According to him, they were very positively received in Valve’s digital store, and if we take a look at the game’s datasheet, we can see for ourselves. Detroit: Become Human has now received nearly ten thousand user ratings, 90% of which are positive, and neither Heavy Rain nor Beyond: Two Souls have reason to be ashamed of this front.