Detroit: Become Human Gameplay Trailer Features Actions And Consequences (VIDEO)
Those in attendance at PlayStation Presents – the PlayStation Experience opening celebration – were treated to quite a surprise when Quantic Dream Co-CEO and Executive Producer Guillaume de Fondaumière took the stage to run through some new footage from Detroit: Become Human. There was roughly 15-20 minutes of new gameplay to be seen, featuring Android Connor in a hostage scenario between another Android and a little girl. Check out the Detroit: Become Human gameplay below, featuring audience participation!
The new Detroit: Become Human gameplay demo gave viewers a real look at the capabilities of playable Android Connor. As he arrives on the scene, he is regarded with obvious disdain as he begins to get the lay of the land. After greeting the officer-in-charge (and potentially rescuing a pet fish), he is tasked with stopping the Android who is holding the little girl hostage, else the police force that is there will do it for him. At this point a ‘chance of success’ rating of 48% appears on the screen. Connor can either rush onto the balcony and take his chances diffusing the situation, or he can investigate the crime scene within the living room in order to learn more about the events that transpired ahead of the current hostage situation.
Connor’s Android interface allows him to scan the immediate area in order to locate potential clues in the environment. When approaching a clue (marked by a yellow icon), the player can then manually search the clue with an analog stick in order to gather segments of the clue. Once obtaining the necessary amount of data, players can then reconstruct the scene in order to gain new knowledge of the situation and potentially unlock new clues, dialogue options, and actions moving forward. During the entire Detroit: Become Human gameplay demo Fondaumière had the audience chime in with what they wanted Connor to do, though of course there are significantly more optional scenarios than what took place during the video. Detroit: Become Human arrives for PlayStation 4 at some point next year.
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