Check out 13 Minutes of New Detroit: Become Human Gameplay
At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, fans were treated to a live stage event for the upcoming PlayStation 4 exclusive Detroit, where they got to witness nearly 15 minutes of gameplay. Now, that video is up for all to see.
The stage event itself was presented by Quantic Dream Co-CEO and Executive Producer Guillaume de Fondaumière, who was accompanied by Sony Interactive Entertainment Japan Studio Localization Producer Daisuke Ishida.
In the video (above), we get to see a full play through of the Tokyo Game Show demo of the game, including getting a firsthand look at how players choices influence the outcome of various scenes in the game.
For more on the PS4 exclusive, check out our E3 2017 preview. Here’s a snippet of what Paulmichael Contreras wrote:
Once the police drone was taken care of, Marcus and partner North were able to locate their target: a store where other androids are sold to humans. Marcus quickly scanned the store, and discovered a link to the store’s security network. Some worker androids were busy repairing a conduit into the network (a little too perfect of a coincidence in this writer’s opinion, but we’ll roll with it). So Marcus hopped down to their level, freed the androids, and told them to “go to Jericho,” which sounds like a city made by awakened androids, for awakened androids. With the worker androids out of the way, Marcus was able to hack the building’s network. This was accomplished in true Quantic Dream fashion – the player simply had to hold down one, then two, then three, then four buttons at the same time for long enough.
Detroit: Become Human is set to release exclusively for PlayStation 4 in 2018.