The Power of a Dream
Detroit: Become Human is many things–narrative-driven, controversial, one of the top games of 2018, and available on multiple platforms, to name a few of them. It also helped reveal that most gamers are totally in favor of human-android relations, though I’m not sure how much of a surprise that is. People love technology, after all. Now, the game has taken on a brand new form reminiscent of its earliest installment. The Collectors’ Edition of Detroit: Become Human is now available in Quantic Dream’s online shop, right next to the game’s soundtrack and the adorable Connor Nendoroid. This special edition contains:
- An exclusive collector pin set of 3 iconic symbols from the game, only available in this Collector Edition.
- A mighty 27 cm (10.62-inch) tall figure of “Kara” with rotating machine arms and a glowing LED halo light in the base. Made from durable PVC and polymer.
- A triangular display box measuring 420 x 365 x 375 mm.
- An exclusive holographic Cyberlife card featuring a game code redeemable online on Steam for the full PC version of the game.
The Kara figure is the centerpiece and she is absolutely stunning. With her face serene, her eyes closed, and her synthetic muscle partly exposed, there’s something almost divine about her. This makes the callbacks to the original “KARA” tech demo even more painful. We know exactly what’s waiting for her when she opens her eyes. Will you welcome her into your home and give her a better life? We definitely understand the appeal, but there’s a hefty price tag attached–literally. Detroit: Become Human Collectors’ Edition is going for €349,99 EUR. That’s $412.48 USD or $543.64 CAD.
Consider this carefully before making your decision, but don’t take too long. As of writing, the Collectors’ Edition is still in stock, but there are only 2,500 units available and this figure is exclusive. The Connor Nendoroid isn’t, however, and he’s priced at a more reasonable €44,99 EUR. He doesn’t come with a copy of the game, however. The choice is up to you.