Quantic Dream’s latest is Detroit Become Human

28 Oct 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

A Captivating Android Finally Gets Her Game: Detroit.

The famous game developer, David Cage, today revealed that his studio Quantic Dream is developing a new title for PlayStation 4 called Detroit: Become Human. The title should stir a lot of excitement, as Quantic Dream’s 3D graphics always push the edge of realism in its attempts to tell meaningful stories.

The show they put on was worth the wait though, with multiple new announcements and more detailed looks at games that have only been briefly shown before. We’ll cover some of the bigger reveals separately, but it seems appropriate to start with the two games that ended the conference – since both are from prominent French developers.

A trailer for the game shows off the conceit; it takes place in a future Detroit where commercially-sold androids are the latest technological gadget, but human-android relations are clearly not all smiles and laughter. Quantic Dream’s most successful game so far is 2010’s Heavy Rain, and both it and the rather less acclaimed Beyond: Two Souls are getting remasters for the PlayStation 4.

If you want to get some insight into the original tech demo that might lead to some clues as to where the actual game will go, check out Chris Baker’s 2012 story on Kara for WIRED. We get the feeling that Cage must’ve watched the movie Ex Machina in the meantime though, and that seems to have convinced him to continue the story of Kara the robot who becomes unexpectedly self-aware.

We’ll be honest, we can’t stand David Cage’s work but we do have an awful lot of respect for Rayman creator Michel Ancel, who was also on hand at the conference to unveil a gameplay demo for WiLD. Unsurprisingly, he didn’t address the issue of whether he still works at Ubisoft or not, as WiLD is being developed at an independent studio called Wild Sheep.

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