Seems like some PlayStation-exclusive titles which are included in the expanding plan of Epic Games Store are now gradually being brought to PC. Today, Journey – a title published by Annapurna Interactive – is reported to find its own journey to the new platform on June 6.

Journey will make its way to the new platform on June 6.

In 2012, the award-winning adventure game “Journey” is released by thatgamecompany on the PlayStation 3 and then was ported to PlayStation 4 with several additional upgrades in 2015. If you haven’t heard about this game, feel free to go through its summary on the store page:

Explore the ancient, mysterious world of Journey as you soar above ruins and glide across sands to discover its secrets. Play alone or in the company of a fellow traveler and explore its vast world together. Featuring stunning visuals and a Grammy-nominated musical score, Journey delivers a breathtaking experience like no other.

The PC version of Journey can be played with 4K resolution setting eventually. However, there no information relating to the game's minimum and recommended specs revealed nor mentioned in this article.

Journey to support 4K resolution on PC
Journey to support 4K resolution on PC

As usual, PC players who want to try this game can only get it from the Epic Games Store as an exclusive offer. You can make pre-order right now.

The game’s price is set to $14.99, but with the Mega Sale still going on, Epic Games Store will allow you to buy it with a price of only $4.99.

It is currently available for just $4.99.

In another story, Quantic Dream has also revealed the expected date for PC players to try its narrative adventure games. Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human were the three titles being exclusive on PlayStation in the first place, but it will head to PC through Epic Games Store only in the future.

Quantic Dream's three PlayStation-exclusive titles are heading to PC
Quantic Dream's three PlayStation-exclusive titles are heading to PC

One of their titles, Heavy Rain, is also provided with a demo on Epic Games Store and currently being available for all players to try it first-hand before its full launch.