Shape the future

How far will you go to be free, in this interactive neo-noir thriller? 


From the creators of Heavy Rain

What makes us human?

Enter the near-future metropolis of Detroit in 2038 – a city rejuvenated by the introduction of highly advanced androids that exist only to serve mankind. But that’s all about to change…

Step into the shoes of three distinct android characters as this brave new world teeters on the brink of chaos. Your decisions dramatically alter how the game’s intense, branching narrative plays out. With thousands of choices and dozens of endings, how will you affect the future of Detroit? 

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Key features

Their lives, your choices

Shape an ambitious branching narrative, where your decisions not only determine the fate of the three main characters, but that of the entire city of Detroit.

How you control Kara, Connor and Markus can mean life or death – and if one of them pays the ultimate price, the story still continues…

Play your part in a gripping narrative

Enter a world where moral dilemmas and difficult decisions can turn android slaves into world-changing revolutionaries.

Discover what it means to be human from the perspective of an outsider – and see the world through the eyes of a machine.


The main characters

Take control of three playable protagonists who can change the course of destiny for humanity and androids alike… 



Played by Bryan Dechart (True Blood; The Remaining)

Whose side are you on?

Become a bleeding-edge prototype android, investigating crime scenes and disturbances across Detroit’s humming metropolis.

As special police investigator Connor, your mission is to assist the Detroit Police Department in tracking down deviants – androids that have broken their programming, abandoned their owners or turned to crime. 

Will you remain cool, calculating and ruthlessly analytical in your job? Or will you begin to feel empathy for the plight of your fellow androids and question the legitimacy of your mission? 



Played by Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy; The Cabin in the Woods)

Where is the limit in the fight for freedom?

Your chance to spark the fire that could lead to an android insurrection lies through Markus, a deviant who has broken free of his programming.

After escaping his master and joining a growing underground faction of dissidents, Markus takes charge in the organised liberation of Detroit’s android population – but in sending a strong message to humans, will you take him on the path of pacifist disruption… or defiant violence?  



Played by Valorie Curry (The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2; Blair Witch)

What does it mean to become human?

See the impoverished and run-down side of Detroit through the eyes of a newly-manufactured android that has broken her programming.

Classed as a deviant and on the run with an innocent girl she’s sworn to protect, Kara is thrown into a brutal world where you must guide her to either accept the inequalities around her… or strive to do something about them in an effort to keep her surrogate child safe. 


Witness a revolution…

Videos and screenshots


Play The Hostage demo

Experience some of Detroit: Become Human’s gut-wrenching moral choices, in this explosive in-depth demo. Can you hold your nerve as special police investigator Connor, in a deadly hostage situation where several lives are at stake?

When you’re done, be sure to check out the many potential outcomes that you may have missed in the detailed flow-chart below.


The sounds of Detroit

Listen to some of the evocative music that helped shape the journey of the game's three main characters.

Kara’s main theme

Composer: Philip Sheppard

Connor’s main theme

Composer: Nima Fakhrara

Markus’ main theme

Composer: John Paesano

Like what you hear? You can own a copy of the digital soundtrack when Detroit: Become Human launches, with a limited timed pre-order offer.


Behind the scenes

Director interview

Get an in-depth look at the mechanics and ambitions driving Quantic Dream's latest project, with this extended backstage commentary from acclaimed game director David Cage.



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