Detroit: Become Human set for 2018 release

A release window for David Cage's new neo-noir thriller title has been confirmed.

The writer-director of Detroit: Become Human has confirmed the title will be released in 2018.

In an interview with Gamespot, David Cage, of Quantic Dream, the studio behind the critically acclaimed Heavy Rain and the Ellen Page starring Beyond: Two Souls, revealed the PlayStation 4 exclusive would be released in 2018.

“We’ve not announced a date, but it’s going to be next year,” he told Gamespot.

Up till now no official release date or window had been known for the neo-noir thriller.

Announced back in 2015, Detroit is based on a tech-demo the studio released back in 2012 and follows an android called Kara who develops artificial consciousness and escapes the laboratory where she is being held and flees into the city of Detroit.

As with Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, player choices will define how the story progresses with playable characters able to die and the story continuing.

The latest trailer was released during E3 last week, shown above.

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