Detroit: Become Human’s memorable soundtrack is now available for streaming

Plus, watch composer Philip Sheppard play an extraordinary version of Kara’s theme

If you’re anything like me, you’ll be on your second or third playthrough of Detroit: Become Human by now, and some of its musical themes will have well and truly lodged themselves in your brain.

Good news: from today, you no longer have to boot up the game to listen to its phenomenal score. It’s now available for streaming via Spotify and Apple Music.

The game’s soundtrack is the work of three different composers, each one creating themes for one of the game’s three central protagonists. Philip Sheppard produced music for Kara’s plotline, Nima Fakhrara handled Connor, and John Paesano took on Markus.

Check out Quantic Dream’s guest PlayStation Blog post from April this year for more on how it came together.

To mark the soundtrack’s release, we’ve got a special treat for you. Watch the new video below to see composer Philip Sheppard play Kara’s theme using just a single cello and a loop pedal.

If you’re yet to dive into Quantic Dream’s twisting neo-noir thriller, Detroit: Become Human is now available for purchase via PlayStation Store.

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I’d rather buy the soundtrack. Streaming is so inferior especially where audio quality is concerned.

Josip_Jukic 22 June, 2018 @ 15:47

What makes great game is not just story,gameplay or characters also its the soundtrack that support all thosse elements and make every aspect of it a great interactive experience..Detroit in my mind has all of that and that.

drwhofan2490 24 June, 2018 @ 10:19

Fully agree. The music in this is truly memorable imo

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