Adventure games have always been the pioneers of the gaming community. There are thousands of adventure games available in the market with various stories and gameplay modes available. Detroit Become Human is also one of the most famous adventure games available for console players. Developed by Quantic Dream and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment, Detroit Become Humans is available on two platforms as of now. Coming out as a PlayStation exclusive on May 2018, the game was made available for Windows later on December 2019 due to its great success in the PlayStation community. However, you can also enjoy this title on PlayStation 5 through backward compatibility. But, many players are rooting for an enhancement in the graphics of the game and are wondering about the Detroit Become Human PS5 upgrade (4K, 60 FPS) release date. But, is it planned? Let’s find out.
Detroit Become Human PS5 upgrade (4K, 60 FPS) Release Date: When it will be available?
The need for an upgraded version of Detroit Become Human is arising because even when the game has backward compatibility with PS5, many players want to experience it on par with the PS5’s hardware. For example, there are many games that were exclusively developed by keeping the hardware capabilities of a PlayStation 4 in mind. However, later when PS5 was released, developers realized that there was a lot of improvement in the next-gen console. So, they increased various aspects of their games which made the visuals more pleasing for the next-gen consoles by making use of the new hardware.
Unfortunately, there is no release date for a PS5 upgrade on Detroit Become Human. There can be many reasons behind this but all of them are unknown as of now. One more thing that we need to keep in mind is that according to the reviews of many players who played Detroit Become Human on their PS5, the game runs exceptionally well without any official upgrade. This means the game is doing pretty well on the next-gen hardware.
Moreover, the process of upgrading a game can be very time-consuming and hefty. Therefore, even after the development begins, it might take some time to get it out in the open world. So, the best thing we can do right now is waiting for an official announcement from Quantic Dream and Sony Interactive Entertainment. On this note, keep visiting Androidgram as we will be updating this article as soon as an upgrade hits.