Published on October 22nd, 2020 | by gareth0
Detroit: Become Human PC Collectors’ Edition Revealed
This looks like a must own for fans and collectors.
Today Quantic Dream S.A announced the worldwide release of the Detroit: Become Human™ PC Collectors’ Edition, which features a suite of collectibles for fans of the award-winning video game.
Available at an SRP of $349.99 USD, this edition was revealed last May during the studio’s inaugural live stream on Twitch and is limited at 2,500 units worldwide. The Collectors’ Edition contains a holographic I.D. card from Cyberlife with a unique Steam game code inscribed on the back, a set of three pins representing iconic symbols from the game and an exclusive statue of android and protagonist “Kara”.
The 27cm statue (10.6 inches) sits on a base illuminated by an LED ring and features articulated robot arms. Its triangular box (420 x 365 x 375 mm) mimics the android creation scene in the CyberLife factories.
This exclusive Collectors’ Edition of Detroit: Become Human™ on PC is available today, October 22nd, on the official online store https://shop.quanticdream.com/ and at select retail partners.
A critical and financial success, which recently surpassed 5 million units sold worldwide, Detroit: Become Human™ puts the fate of humanity and androids in your hands. In the near future, at a time when machines have become more intelligent than humans, every choice you make will affect the outcome of the story thanks to one of the most elaborate interactive narratives ever written.
About Quantic Dream
Quantic Dream is a creative studio and independent video game publisher created in 1997 by David Cage. The studio specializes in creating original experiences based on interactive emotion. Quantic Dream builds bridges between media through prestigious collaborations with artists such as David Bowie, Ellen Page, Willem Dafoe, Clancy Brown or Jesse Williams. The unique experiences offered by Heavy Rain™, Beyond: Two Souls™, Detroit: Become Human™, have reached millions of players around the world and won more than 250 international awards. They have contributed greatly to the recognition of interactive storytelling in video games.
For more information, please visit: http://www.quanticdream.com.