Detroit: Become Human Releases Gut-Wrenching And Emotional Trailer At PGW 2017 (VIDEO)

Developer Quantic Dream has teased their upcoming triple-A title Detroit: Become Human since last year and the trailers and teasers so far have tease several story-lines of humanoid artificial intelligence. The gameplay features real-time decisions the player must stick with and there are sometimes dire consequences to follow. In this particular trailer, the player control a female android named Kara who takes care of a single father and his daughter, Todd and Alice respectively.

Unfortunately, household relations are strained – the daughter withdrawn, an abusive father, and Kara must find a way to save Alice’s life before it’s too late, if the player so chooses. Detroit: Become Human is all about making choices that affect others and yourself within the game, and sometimes the seemingly best judgement call doesn’t feel like the right one. Thankfully, each choice branches off into another one just like in real life.

Check out the Paris Games Week 2017 trailer for Detroi: Become Human above. It’s a gripping teaser of drama that tells of a dynamic and emotional journey with the characters the androids interact with. Since the initial announcement last year, there’s still no confirmed release date for Quantic Dream’s AAA title. However, it is anticipated for a 2018 release.

What are your impressions on the game so far? Do you think the trailer revealed too much or enticed you just enough to make the decisions yourself? Feel free to let us know in the comments section below or start a conversation on Don’t Feed the Gamers Facebook page. To stay up to date on gaming news as they happen, follow us on Twitter! For more on Don’t Feed the Gamers reports on PGW 2017, make sure to check out the articles below:

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