Fahrenheit. Heavy Rain. Beyond: Two Souls.

Sony exclusive developer Quantic Dream makes a very specific kind of game, a type of game no other developer can match. "Interactive Drama" is the technical term, and with each new game, Quantic has pushed the envelope further than ever.

Remember back in 2012 when Quantic Dream posted that short film Kara online? It was about an android who discovered real human emotions, which wasn't allowed by her creators. It was made as nothing more than a tech demo that showed off the studio's new game engine, but fans connected with Kara instantly and wanted to know what became of her after she escaped the factory where she was made.

Today at Paris Games Week, Sony held a press conference where (among other things) that question was answered. Quantic Dream's next game is called Detroit: Beyond Human, and it centers on Kara.

Quantic Dream's director, David Cage, announced the game and showed off an extended trailer that sets the tone for what's to come. Set in a near-future world where androids exist that look, speak and move like real humans, one of them discovers emotions and decides to escape the life of servitude that androids are supposed to lead. How would humans react if ultra-realistic, emotional androids existed in the world? And how would they change the world?

Detroit is coming exclusively to PlayStation 4 on an unknown release date, but you can check out the trailer below.

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