Detroit: Become Human PS4 Release Window Confirmed

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At its Paris Games Week PlayStation media briefing, Sony has revealed Detroit: Become Human's release window. The narrative-driven game will launch sometime during spring of 2018.

In addition to the release window news, Sony also showed off a new trailer for Detroit, showing off some new characters and the kinds of decisions you'll face in-game. Take a look at that video below.

Until June this year, no release window had ever been mentioned for the PS4 exclusive, and its E3 2017 story trailer also did not confirm a date, as some thought it might. Some people had believed the game would launch this year, after a PlayStation sizzle reel had listed it as part of the platform's 2017 releases. However, Sony's president of Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, later stated the listing was a mistake.

Director David Cage then confirmed to GameSpot that the game would launch in 2018, but that was as close as Sony or developer Quantic Dream had gotten to mentioning a date until now.

Quantic Dream is perhaps best known for its 2010 PS3 exclusive Heavy Rain. Detroit is a story-driven game in a similar vein to that, and it explores a number of real-world themes. Away from Detroit: Become Human, Sony announced Spelunky 2 for PS4 and showed off a new The Last of Us: Part II trailer. For more from the European event, check out the biggest PlayStation news from Sony's Paris Games Week press conference or relive the announcements again firsthand with our Sony Paris Games Week press conference liveblog.

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