Detroit: Become Human Gets a New Video Highlighting The Three Composers That Crafted Its Soundtrack

A new behind-the-scenes video from Quantic Dream highlights the unique way that the studio is approaching the soundtrack for Detroit: Become Human.

on April 12, 2018 12:18 PM

In just a few weeks, players will be able to experience developer Quantic Dreams’ next immersive narrative title¬†Detroit: Become Human, and a big part of the emotion will certainly come from the game’s soundtrack, as seen in a new behind-the-scenes video.

Over on the PlayStation Blog, Sony has released a new video for the upcoming¬†Detroit: Become Human that gives a new look at the making of the game’s soundtrack. Specifically, one of the most interesting aspects that the video highlights is that the score was created by three different composers to craft scores tailored toward each of the game’s main characters, giving each of them their own unique themes and styles: composters Philip Sheppard, Nima Fakhrara, and John Paesano. You can listen to samples from each of their respective works on the game below:

Detroit: Become Human will release exclusively for PS4 on May 25th, 2018. For a closer look at the game and the making of its soundtrack, you can check out the full video from Sony below. There is also still in time to pre-order the game before its release, which you can do via Amazon.


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