PS4 Exclusive Detroit: Become Human Looks Gorgeous in 13 Minutes of Gameplay

Quantic Dream showcased about thirteen minutes of gameplay of its PS4 exclusive Detroit: Become Human at Tokyo Game Show.

on September 28, 2017 4:26 AM

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment published the recording of Detroit: Become Human stage event held at Tokyo Game Show last week.

The show was presented by Quantic Dream Co-CEO and Executive Producer Guillaume de Fondaumière, accompanied by Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio Localization Producer Daisuke Ishida, who is leading the charge translating the game in Japanese.

We get to see a full playthrough of the Tokyo Game Show demo of the game, and how the player’s choices influence the outcome of the scene, including unlocking options that become available only if certain conditions are fulfilled.

You can check the video out below, and if you want to see more, you can also watch the latest trailer from Sony’s press conference in Tokyo, and more gameplay from E3 2017, alongside some lovely 4K screenshots and another trailer.

Detroit: Become Human is slated for a release exclusively on PS4 next year, but we don’t yet know the precise date. Considering that Sony is hosting a press conference at Paris Games Week, there is a sizable chance that a launch date will be announced then.

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