Lead the Android Rebellion in Detroit: Become Human

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A new trailer has been showcased at E3 2017 this week providing a new look at what you can expect from the PlayStation adventure game Detroit: Become Human. They are now working on Detroit Become Human and judging from the comments made by David Cage in an interview with Geoff Keighley, it is their most ambitious game to date. An android revolution between a rebellion and an android-selling corporation called Cyberlife rages across Detroit. Throughout your playthrough, you make strategic choices with the mind of an analytical machine as you try to save people and solve crimes. While the first trailer feels much more like Quantic's other game Heavy Rain the new one feels much more like Watch_Dogs.

The trailer begins by following android Markus as he attempts to break into a store and free the robots stored inside.

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As shown in the trailer, Detroit: Become Human will feature drastic decisions with game-changing events. The title will release on PlayStation 4 (and Pro) exclusively.

Detroit: Become Human still doesn't have a release date.

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