Quantic Dream very pleased with Heavy Rain’s PC sales, Sony gave the green light for the PC releases

Quantic Dream’s David Cage has revealed that the team is very pleased with Heavy Rain’s current PC sales figures. Heavy Rain came out exclusively on Epic Games Store, and its PC sales align with Quantic Dream’s expectations.

Cage has also added that he believes that Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human will have “great legs” on the Epic Games Store. In other words, they will sell well in the long run. Cage claimed that Quantic Dream’s titles are long-sellers, and believes that new players will keep discovering its titles in the coming years.

Cage has also revealed that most of Quantic Dream’s future games will release on all platforms at launch. That is of course unless there are some specific exclusivity deals on a title-by-title basis. Still, Quantic Dream aims to release its games to as many platforms as possible.

What’s also interesting here is that, according to Cage, Sony was the one that allowed Quantic Dream to release its games on the PC.

“We always had a great relationship with Sony PlayStation. They have always been very supportive of my work and we have always been very loyal to them in return. So we had a very open talk about all this, and they allowed us to release our catalog of titles on PC.”

The reason I’m bringing this is because the very same thing may happen with Death Stranding. Let’s not forget that Sony has removed the game from its PS4 Exclusive Games. As such, it makes perfect sense to expect a PC version of it in the future. After all, the game was initially announced as a PS4/PC title.

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