D4 Heads To PC In Early June


The wacky mind of Hidetaka “Swery65” Suehiro is such a comical force. Despite technical horrors that plagued Deadly Premonition, it’s the charm of the rural city residents for its murder mystery setting (that in no way whatsoever ever borrow creatively from the early 90’s television show Twin Peaks) that will make the game memorable. His follow-up title, D4 (Dark Dreams Don’t Die), was released very suddenly and only on the Xbox One. Now, starting June 5th, PC players can also get in on the action and see what they’ve been missing.

As indicated on the game’s Steam page, D4 on PC will carry a host of changes due to the lack of Kinect support that came with the Xbox One version. Most of the game’s controls can be accessed by the use of a mouse now, up to and including QTE’s. These will also replace any voice-activated commands, as well. Further improvements come with screen resolution settings, V-sync options, dynamic shadowing and 60fps max framerate for those who have a PC with the recommended settings. Also, as Steam games are wont to do, achievements, badges, cloud saving and trading card support will be added.

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With the PC version of D4 coming within the next two weeks, one has to wonder what the timeline is for further episodic content. We saw just a tease of what’s to come a few weeks ago, and things certainly don’t look good for protagonist David, nor his friends. A $15 price point is fair for what the game brings, however the cliffhanger that we’re currently left with is sure to leave a sour taste in the mouths of those just jumping into the Swery65 experience for the first time. Hopefully, we hear more about its ongoing development at E3 2015 next month.

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