New trailer for Detroit: Become Human, hype levels reaching over 9000



A new trailer for Detroit: Become Human has been released during this Sony's E3 2016 press conference. The trailer stars Connor, an android who works with police forces to apprehend rouge androids, like some kind of robotic cop. 

Detroit: Become Human
takes place in a near-future version of Detroit. Androids, who look exactly like human beings, have replaced humans in most tasks. The story starts was an unexplained incident that starts to affect the Androids, developing odd behaviors (don't they always?) and showing signs of emotion, with no one really knowing what is happening.  

The role of Connor is being voiced by Bryan Dechart, who was raised in the Metro Detroit area. 

Just like with previous games from Quantic Dream, the game will feature many branching choices, multiple playable characters, and a story line shaped by your actions and decisions. You are essentially a 'co-writer' to the story, creating something new with each playthrough. 

Extremely excited about this game; set in Detroit, play badass android cop, gorgeous graphics, so f'ing ready for this to come out. If you have any interest in this game go check out Quantic Dream's previous games, Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls (which stars Ellen Page). 

Detroit: Become Human we be coming exclusively to the Playstation 4, no release date has been announced at this time.

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