Detroit: Become Human Gets Two More Short Films to Flesh Out Its Futuristic World

Sony has released two more short films dedicated to building out the world of its upcoming PS4-exclusive, Detroit: Become Human.

on May 24, 2018 7:47 PM

The highly-anticipated Detroit: Become Human is not only the latest from developer Quantic Dream but also one of the biggest PS4 exclusives to arrive in the first half of the year, and now those looking forward to the game’s arrival can get a bit more of a taste from the game ahead of its release tomorrow.

Sony has released two more short films set in the world of Detroit: Become Human, which each focus on fleshing out the game’s setting and characters. These two films come after a previously-released film from Quantic Dream, which the studio was releasing as part of the promotional build-up for the upcoming game. The latest two shorts are titled “Chloe” and “Hold,” respectively, and each give insight into the futuristic world of humans and androids that the full game explores.

Three of the short films are now available to watch for free on Sony’s YouTube channel, while the fourth and final original short film from Quantic Dream will be available in the “Extras” section of the final game.

Detroit: Become Human will release exclusively for PS4 on May 25th, 2018. For a closer look at the game before its release, you can check out the latest two short films below, and you can order the game via Amazon, if you haven’t done so already. You can also read our full review of the game here.


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