Detroit will delve into the advantages and disadvantages of a technological society
The director of Heavy Rain remembers using Jaden's virtual reality glasses.
Beyond the androids, there will be a lot of human in Detroit: Become Human. The founder of Quantic Dream, David cage, spoke with GameReactor about the future of virtual reality and the benefits of new technology. As he has confessed, “virtual reality is something fascinating. If you remember Heavy Rain we had a character named Jaden who used the glasses in his office to transport himself to different and amazing places. It is very interesting to see that what was imagined has come true. Soon we will be able to take Jaden's glasses at home, and everything that happens with virtual reality is going to be very interesting. It is fascinating".
Cage, however, has his doubts about technology, like any of the other new trends entering society: “You can always wonder if technology does a good thing or not. For example, I am shocked to see a family made up of a father, mother and two children in a restaurant, each with their mobile phone and neither talking to each other. You can ask yourself the same with social networks: Are they good for humanity or not? I don't have the answer, I don't know. All I'm saying is that with the entry of each new technology it is worth asking ourselves if it is something new ... are we going to use it? Where does it take us? It is, in fact, some of the many questions, not answers, that we will ask in Detroit. "
Despite the amazing demo seen in the past E3 2016, the reality is that there is no release date for the French video game on PlayStation 4. Detroit: Become Human presented at the conference of Sony Connor, his second protagonist.