More information has been revealed for the PC version of D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die.
Developer Access Games has updated its official website to include the major changes that players will be seeing in the game transitioning from the Xbox One on to the PC.
The episodic game’s Kinect controls have all been replaced with mouse controls. Voice controls have been completely removed from the game, and the UI has been adjusted to better suit PC players. Access Games has assured that players will still be able to connect an Xbox 360 controller to play the game.
All previously released DLC for D4 will come bundled with the game for free. The loading times have been greatly reduced, and the game is confirmed to be running at a constant 60 frames-per-second.
Additionally, players will be able to adjust their resolutions, turn on/off dynamic shadows, opt for Vsync, and access plenty more features specific to the Windows platform.
Director Hidetaka Suehiro, also known as Swery65, stated that the team has worked really hard to ensure the PC version is a success. In a recent interview, he expressed how he hopes to expand the franchise to encompass books, TV, animation, and more, which is why this release is so important.
As for the question of a PlayStation 4 version, the likelihood of that happening is equivalent to “Microsoft and Sony merging.”
D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die was released in September last year for the Xbox One. The PC release is slated to arrive sometime this year.