PS4 Exclusive Detroit: Become Human Gets New TV Commercial Starring Connor

The loyalist android Connor appears in a new TV commercial of Quantic Dream's upcoming adventure game, Detroit: Become Human.

on May 10, 2018 9:30 AM

Today Sony Interactive Entertainment and Quantic Dream released a shiny new TV commercial of the upcoming adventure game Detroit: Become Human.

The video is very brief since it follows the usual TV ad format, but it’s still a nice little look on the game. Like the first commercial from two days ago, and the clip from yesterday, it focuses on the game’s selling point thanks to which all the choices the characters will make in the game will actually be made by the player, but this time it’s all about the loyalist android Connor

Interestingly, when I played the first two hours of the game at a preview event, Connor was the protagonist that I found more interesting. Not only he seemed to have a more intriguing conflict to tackle, but the acting was really superb. His fairly atypical voice also grew on me while I played.

You can enjoy the video below. If you want to know more about Detroit: Become Human, you can read my preview of the first two hours of the game, which was definitely very enjoyable. You can also read what the Lead Writer told us about the story.

Detroit: Become Human will release exclusively for PS4 on May 25th, 2018. You still have time to pre-order the game before its launch, and you can reserve your copy via Amazon.

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