David Cage talks more about his new game.
Detroit: Become Human is 8 – 10 hours long, with a lot of replay value
In an interview with IGN at E3, David Cage said that Detroit: Become Human would be “about eight to ten hours,” like Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, “but this game will have a lot of replayability value,” he continued.
He recommends players do their first run living with the consequences of their choices, before diving back in and trying out the other possibilities.
“This game is much more banding…than any game we have done before. We just wanted to push the envelope on pretty much everything in the game from the visuals, to the branching narrative, to everything.”
The first scene in the game, for example, has six different outcomes each with their own consequences.
He went on talk about character deaths, saying, “there is no ‘game over’ in this game. If you die with one character, it’s lost.”
Detroit: Become Human is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4. A release date has yet to be confirmed.
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