Lead the Android Revolution in Detroit: Become Human

Matt Sayer 13 June 2017 NEWS

Marcus and his fellow Androids rise up in a new trailer for the sci-fi thriller game.

Existential crises abound in the latest trailer for Detroit: Become Human, revealed today at Sony's E3 press conference. Focusing on Marcus, an Android unhappy with the way humans are treating his kind, the video shows off how players will be able to change the way the story unfolds through their decisions.

In one play-through, Marcus' attempts to free his fellow Androids from a Cyberlife store goes awry when the police show up, and Marcus flees. In another, Marcus escapes the police by stealing a utility vehicle and ramming into the Cyberlife store. From there, he awakens the other Androids and inspires them to follow him on a revolution across Detroit.

Like previous games from developer Quantic Dream, Detroit: Become Human looks to explore the way stories are told in video games, and this latest trailer certainly has us excited to see more. No release date has been set for Detroit yet.


We'll be covering E3 all week. You can follow along with us by checking out our guide on how to watch all the E3 2017 live streams, or catch up on all the news and announcements from the show at our E3 2017 hub.

Detroit: Become Human is one of over 150 titles to be shown off at E3 this week. If last year's trends continue, there's a 70% chance it'll see release before E3 2018.

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