Detroit Become Human is another PlayStation 4 exclusive to launch later this year and fans are eager to get the game, however, you can check out the game before it comes out as Detroit Become Human demo is now live.
The Detroit Become Human demo is currently live for New Zealand PlayStation store and might also come to other PlayStation Stores. The demo will give “a glimpse of the android revolution of tomorrow”.
Speaking of Detroit Become Human, the game will feature 3 times more choices compared to Heavy Rain. According to David Cage, there are so many alternate paths that two people might face a scenario where one is talking about its experience and the other doesn’t have a clue about what he/she is saying.
He further noted that the choices that players will face will not be simply good or bad, violent or pacifist but, the choices will have a deeper impact where players will have to follow their own morality paths.
Also, the game reportedly has cost Sony $30 million in development which is more than the what Beyond: Two Souls cost during its development.
Not only that, each main character has a different composer. According to the studio, each of them should have their own soundtrack as they have a totally different background altogether and that is why each of them has a different composer scoring music for them.
Furthermore, David Cage noted that the team removed some scenes from Detroit: Become Human because of their extremely controversial nature.
I canceled a couple of scenes where I felt the meaning could be interpreted wrongly. It was a very interesting thing for me because it made me realize that with Detroit: Become Human, that we are dealing with very meaningful things and that you need to be careful and be respectful and pay attention to what you have to say.
Detroit: Become Human is a story driven game in development at Quantic Dreams and will launch on May 25, 2018, exclusively for PlayStation 4.