Detroit: Become Human Confirmed For A 2017 Release

2017 features a very strong lineup of games for the PlayStation 4, ranging all the way from the release of the highly anticipated Horizon Zero Dawn in February, to the release of more recently announced titles such as Uncharted: The Lost Legacy and remasters of classics such as PaRappa the Rapper.

But one console exclusive whose name has been absent for quite a long time is Detroit: Become Human, and according to a new upcoming games trailer by Sony, the game is confirmed to be arriving in 2017.

Originally announced back in 2015, Detroit: Become Human is in development by Quantic Dream. The plot of the game is explored through the perspectives of multiple android protagonists, in a futuristic society in which these androids do not possess free will.

The story will branch out and vary greatly depending on the choices made by the player, and can even result in playable characters dying as the plot moves on without them. The more information that is collected within a given time, the greater the chances of success will be in deciding a certain course of action.

Detroit: Become Human Will Take Around 8 To 10 Hours For Completion

For more information on the game, you can also check out the latest trailer for the game released at E3 2016.

Huzaifah Durrani

Writer at GearNuke. Spends his days reading Deadpool comics and obsessing over the Elder Scrolls franchise.

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