This PlayStation 4 game looks incredibly realistic -- you have to see it for yourself

Like so many things created in France, PlayStation 4 exclusive game “Detroit: Become Human” is unbelievably beautiful. See for yourself:

Quantic DreamA still from the reveal video of ‘Detroit,’ a new game from French studio Quantic Dream.

Not bad, right? That’s the main character of a new game from French game-development studio Quantic Dream. And that’s not computer graphics you see above — that’s the game itself.

But maybe you don’t go in for all-white robot people. How’s this?

Detroit, playstationPlaystationThat’s more like it!

“Detroit: Become Human” is an upcoming game for the PlayStation 4, with no release date (or even a window) in sight. What we’ve got right now is a gorgeous debut trailer for a project that’s likely a while out still — maybe in 2017? Maybe.

Join us below for even more.

'Detroit' is a game about artificial intelligence and humanity's future. Guess where it's set?

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The game is set in a near-future version of real-world city Detroit, Michigan. Things haven't improved much from current day, it looks like.

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The debut trailer starts with a drive toward the city, passing dilapidated houses and infrastructure:

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Quantic Dream

This is the rebirth of manufacturing in the city of Detroit, once renowned for its automobile manufacturing.

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Signs of the rebirth can be seen as the camera pans through the city's downtown:

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But this time, instead of cars, Detroit is building humanoid androids.

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More like 'Detroid,' right? (Sorry.)
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This is the construction of 'Kara,' the game's protagonist:

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Though the androids look real, they're all robotics and programming below the surface:

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The final product, wrapped in plastic:

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What makes Kara different is her ability to feel.

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Kara enjoying the rain for the first time.

She experiences fear, confusion, wonderment -- feelings that androids don't have in near-future Detroit, apparently.

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Quantic Dream

But Kara is entering a world full of politics.

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Quantic Dream

Some folks in near-future Detroit don't appreciate that androids are replacing them as workers:

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And this seems to be the central conflict of 'Detroit' (the game). Androids are treated like slaves, because they're thought of as computers.

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Note the 'Android Area' sign, keeping androids separate from human beings.

They even have a separate place to stand on the train:

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With Kara in the foreground looking at her android brethren in the rear of the train, humans sitting nearby stare at her in confusion.

And there's 'Android parking' out in public, which looks just as crazy as you might imagine:

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Despite feeling differently, Kara looks just like hundreds of other female androids.

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These gentlemen androids all share the same face, for instance.

Androids are easily identified by the glowing circle in their head:

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Which means, even with her normal clothing, she still stands out as an android:

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But the folks who notice her most frequently are actually other androids:

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What will become of Kara and near-future Detroit? We'll hopefully find out sooner than later, as 'Detroit: Become Human' heads to the PlayStation 4 at some point in the future.

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