'Detroit: Become Human' Features & Characters: Quantic Dream's Creation Showcases New Gameplay, Detroit Same Set Of Deus Ex: Human Revolution
"Detroit: Become Human" is a new game developed by Quantic Dream Creation. Expected to be launched in 2017, the game is situated in the City of Detroit, which is also the set of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the game with humans who have mechanical features.
The designer of "Detroit: Become Human" David Cage revealed to Gamerant that this project will introduce Kara, the demo character of the PlayStation 3 back in 2012. Her appearance in the demo at that time was to showcase new graphics and performance of the capture technology. However, Kara had created a fanbase of her own that sparked the creation of a new game.
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In a report by Gamenguide, "Detroit: Become Human" will focus on Kara, who is an android who has human emotions and possesses artificial consciousness. In the storyline, Kara is portrayed walking in the city of Detroit after she escaped from the factory where she was made. While roaming around the city, she discovered that there are other androids like her but they did not possess the consciousness like her. The androids are simply used as by humans as tools to make their lives easier.
Another character in "Detroit: Become Human is Connor a more advanced android prototype who works in the police force. He is engage in investigating cases involving deviants, according to Gamespot. In contrast to Kara, Connor is the cold & analytical robot who is determined in accomplishing his mission.
"Detroit: Become Human" can be pre-ordered from Amazon for £49. However, from time to time, as new information comes in, news about the game will be updated regularly. Hence check with Gamenguide to know of the game's development.
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