PSX 2017: Detroit: Become Human Will Have You Saving Fish This Spring

New gameplay elements were shown as PSX attendees were introduced to the third and final playable character for Quantic Dreams' next title. The game was also given a release window.

1

The Sony team decided to play a little game with the PSX 2017 audience and allow them to offer input on decisions on the narrative-driven title Detroit: Become Human. The long-awaited game from Quantic Dream has made impressive appearances at quite a few events and we finally have a release window for it: Spring 2018.

A new scenario from Detroit was shown at PSX: 2017 where the audience helped to save a dying fish, among other things. A "mind palace" gameplay feature was shown and it allows players to freeze the scene and look at crucial details, including the main objective at that moment. As you progress and collect evidence, you can enter a reconstruct mode to recreate events that happened. Running through this mode gives you crucial information for later events.

News Editor

Charles Singletary Jr keeps the updates flowing as the News Editor, breaking stories while investigating the biggest topics in gaming and technology. He's pretty active on Twitter, so feel free to reach out to him @The_CSJR. Got a hot tip? Email him at Charles.Singletary@Shacknews.com.

From The Chatty