Detroit: Become Human is expanding with a manga spin-off

Detroit: Be Human is a game with an intriguing premise – what does a world where robots are on the cusp of their own social justice movement? The game spoils the execution, with the same kind of political contradictions and poorly applied director and writer David Cage brought to other games at Quantic Dream. But fans will soon be able to explore that game’s world in a whole new medium.

Detroit: Be Human is receiving a spin-off manga titled Detroit: Stories of becoming human in Tokyo. The manga is written by Saruwatari Kazami and drawn by Moto Sumida, according to the game site Online Dengeki. Quantic Dream will oversee the writing process.

In Detroit: Stories of becoming human in Tokyo, we will see how Android lives and works in Japan. At first, people accepted androids much more, and some even acted as pop idols. That idol, Reina, is the main character of the manga, and her story begins to be sunny. However, much as with the situation in the original Detroit: Be Human games, the populace became increasingly agitated as androids began to replace them in the workplace, and conflict flared up into revolution.

The manga is slated to release on July 22 in Japan on Comic Bridge Platform. Detroit: Be Human sold well in Japan at launch, so bringing the setting to a new location was a fun way to revisit the same concept. No plans have been announced for an English version yet.

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