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Explore PlayStation 4's 'Detroit: Become Human' next spring

We finally have an idea of when we can take a part in an android uprising.
Timothy J. Seppala, @timseppala
October 30, 2017
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At E3 this year we finally got to play the latest game from David Cage and Quantic Dream, Detroit: Become Human, but didn't have an idea of when we'd get to do so at home. That's changed a bit. Along with a powerful new trailer showing what happens when one of the game's androids witnesses domestic violence, now we know that the game will come out sometime next spring. That's soon!

For as complicated as the premise is (choose-your-own-adventure meets perma-death and a story about the decline of the human race), the trailer illustrates exactly what the game is capable of in under four minutes. If that isn't impressive enough, maybe the game's character models and potentially harrowing emotional moments will be more to your liking. Either way, we don't have too much longer to wait.

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