PS4-exclusive Detroit: Become Human release date is May 25. In the lead up to this it seems that Sony has released a demo for the game. According to eagle-eyed members of popular gaming forum ResetEra, a Detroit: Become Human demo is out on on the PlayStation Network (PSN). Right now it seems to be on the New Zealand PlayStation Store. We won't be surprised to see it hit your region's PS Store soon enough, at midnight to be precise. The Detroit: Become Human demo download size is 3GB.
"Seems there is a demo for Detroit on the New Zealand PSN. It’s under 3GB and isn’t live on the Australian PSN so I imagine it will be live when it’s 12am in your local time zone on April 24th," reads a post on ResetEra.
Billed as a neo-noir thriller, Quantic Dream's Writer and Director David Cage took to Sony's PlayStation Blog to reveal more details. Particularly in terms of what you can expect in terms of graphics and image quality.
"In order to depict the world of Detroit, we have also developed the most spectacular 3D engine we have ever created," Cage claims, stating that the team tried pushing PS4 hardware to the maximum.
"We tried to push the limits of the PS4 as far as we could, with hundreds of highly realistic characters, full performance capture, scenes featuring crowds, all with a level of quality that we had never reached before. We have also imagined a new way of playing a story entirely based on direct game play: discover the unique features of androids, be in the shoes of an investigator, chase deviants on rooftops, interrogate suspects, fight, all in direct control and in the context of a complex story where any of your choices may have consequences," his post continues.
Like most Sony games, Detroit: Become Human price is $60 in the US and Rs. 3,999 in India on disc.
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