During Sony's Paris Games Week in 2015, we got our first look at an exciting future PS4 exclusive called Detroit: Become Human. It's a sci-fi game created by Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls developer Quantic Dream. Now, following the PlayStation E3 conference in 2016 we've got new details on the game, plus a new gameplay trailer which shows how the player gets to make decisions which affect the story.
Read on to find out more about Detroit: Become Human's release date and gameplay, and watch the gameplay trailer for the game.
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Detroit: Become Human release date rumours: When is Detroit coming out for PS4?
Right now, there's no official release date for Detroit: Become Human, and the latest information on the PlayStation blog is that the gameplay trailer at the top is only a first look.
We're not expecting to see the game launch until 2017. However, you can pre-order it from Amazon for £49.
We'll update this article as Detroit: Become Human release date rumours, speculation and evidence emerges, so check back regularly for updates.
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Detroit: Become Human gameplay & story: What is Detroit about?
Detroit: Become Human is a sci-fi game that centres around an android with artificial consciousness and human emotions named Kara, who escapes from the factory she was made in. She finds herself in Detroit, USA, where androids are not uncommon but have been made without consciousness, so are simply used as tools to improve the lives of humans.
Quantic Dream founder and CEO David Cage has said: "It's very, very exciting; something different from Beyond: Two Souls and Heavy Rain. Building on the same grounds but in a very, very different way."
Cage says he's aiming for a game that's "moving and meaningful, exploring themes that are meaningful in our world."
After Kara, Connor is the second playable character which has been introduced. As the blog post says "Connor is an advanced prototype assigned to police forces to help them investigate cases involving deviants. He is cold and analytical; he thinks fast and benefits from some surprising advanced features. He is very determined and nothing matters more to him than accomplishing the mission he was programmed for."
In the trailer at the top, Connor has to deal with a hostage situation. The point is that the outcome depends on your decisions and strategy as a player: the girl will either survive or die.
Detroit: Become Human is based on Quantic Dream's 2012 PS3 tech demo called Kara, which was not originally made with the intention of becoming a game. Fact.
Detroit: Become Human trailer
Below is the first trailer release for Detroit: Become Human. If you haven't seen it, sit back and watch the three-minute-long film and be prepared to wish you could play the game right now.