Detroit: Become Human is all set to get a demo today once the PlayStation Store officially updates in Europe and North America. This demo is currently only live in New Zealand and Australia so if you have an account there, you can get an early access to the demo.
Detroit: Beome Human has been confirmed to reach the gold milestone in development. This is usually used to describe the first disc containing the final game code that is then shipped for pressing further copies out of it. This means there is no delay for the game and it will now launch on May 25th as originally announced.
If you are hoping to see if the game offers a good amount of length, then Quantic Dream has confirmed (via PlayFront) that the game will take an average player between 25 to 30 hours to complete the first time. There will be a lot of variables that will affect the outcome of the story leading to potentially more replay value for those who want to get a different ending for their character.
Detroit: Become Human is an incredibly ambitious story adventure that was developed by Quantic Dreams. They have worked on games like Heavy Rain and Beyond Two Souls and are known for setting new benchmark in interactive storytelling. Detroit: Become Human is their first project for the PS4 so it should be interesting to see how it fares for them.