D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die is a wonderfully strange detective game with a twist: There’s a bullet lodged in your skull that allows you to touch certain objects and travel back in their timelines, to places and events pivotal to their existence. As a hardened Boston investigator, you’re searching for the people who brutally killed your wife a few years ago, and along the way you run into a foul, potentially supernatural criminal organization. When D4 launched in 2014, it was exclusive to Xbox One and was asurprisingly successful Kinect game, using voice and motion controls in fun and immersive ways. Now, it’s heading to PC on June 5th, priced at $15 on Steam, GOG, Playism and the Humble Store.
D4 creator Hidetaka Suehiro, who goes by “Swery,” announced the PC version back in April, but provided few details at the time. Now, we know that D4 will hit PC with a lineup of changes, including all Xbox DLC, the option to play at 60FPS, and no more motion and voice controls. See the full change list below, provided by developer Access Games, and prepare yourself for mind-melting wackiness.