Walkthrough Detroit Become Human Mission #8: Interrogation

In this chapter, the protagonist will interrogate the deviant who killed his owner, Carlos Ortiz. This is a continuation of the cooperation between the police officer Hank and the android Connor. Your goal is to find out why the android is committing the murder.

Attention! The chapter “Interrogation” will be available if in the mission: Partners you explained the crime and found the suspect (1). Otherwise, you will not be able to complete this task.

Interrogation room

The chapter begins with an unsuccessful attempt to listen to the deviant Hank. You, as Connor, will have the opportunity to talk with the killer and get valuable information from him. When the main character enters the interrogation room, you will take control of him.

Before you sit down in the chair, go to the table and look at the file/photos (2) lying on the counter. Then sit in front of the deviant. Before interrogating him, analyze the android (3). Find five marks: a bruise on the forehead (unlocks dialogue), a seam and dried blood on the overalls, traces of blows on the left shoulder (unlocks dialogue), and burns on the right shoulder. Thanks to this, you will be able to analyze the level of stress (4) and wounds (5).

Now your task is to reduce the level of stress in order to get readings from the android. It is best to fluctuate between 50-70 percent. The stress factor is visible on the game screen. When the word “optimal” appears, Android will give you important information. If you push him too hard, the deviant will close and you won’t speak.

You can start a dialogue with the suspect. Below are the dialogue options that increase or decrease your stress level. They will help you “manage” this ratio. Remember that if, for example, the stress level is too high (above 70 percent), you need to use a dialogue box that will reduce it. Similarly, if the voltage level is too low.

Dialogue questions that will increase or decrease the deviant’s stress level:

  • fear (0%),
  • show photos (+ 4%),
  • wounds (+4%),
  • name (-4%),
  • add promotion (-4%),
  • calmness (-4%),
  • threat (+4%),
  • wine (+ 4%),
  • threat (+4%),
  • trust (-4%),
  • show understanding (-4%),
  • explore memory (+8%).
  • the answer to the question: “They want to destroy me, right?” — true (+4%), false (-4%),
  • The answer to the question: “Why did you save me? Could you just leave me there? — true (+4%), false (-4%),
  • choose an approach – press (+10%), and each subsequent selection of this dialogue option will increase the stress level by 10%, and surrendering will reduce the stress level by 10%,
  • understanding (-7%),
  • threat (+7%),
  • empathy (-7%)
  • indifference (+ 7%)
  • protection (-7%),
  • scare (+7%),
  • warn (+ 7%),

Choose Approach (6)

When talking to a defect, make sure that the stress level is at the appropriate level. There will come a time when you will need to choose an approach (6). What you decide will depend on the stress factor mentioned and how you will conduct the dialogue.

  • test memory (7) – Connor connects to the deviant to test his memory;
  • Persuade (8) – Connor will try to convince the andoid to tell him why he killed his owner;
  • press (9) – Connor will try to apply pressure;
  • give up (10) – Connor will stop listening.

If the stress level is at the optimal level (50-70%), then the attempt to succeed in your approach will be successful. Otherwise, the android will not reveal a deep secret to you, and you will not get evidence from it.

In addition, the choice of approach affects the end of the chapter.

Final: Android injured his head (17); Android shoots itself and Connor (18)

If you manage to research the deviant’s memory (11), you will get the memories of Carlos (13). At this point, you will be able to leave the interrogation room. Before you do this, go to the android and apologize (sorrow – 19). When you open the door, the android will begin the self-destruct procedure (14). The characters behind the mirror ran into the room to stop the deviant.

And if:

  • you will do nothing (15), the android will damage its head (17) and thus self-destruct.
  • You intervene (16), the android will shoot itself and Connor (18).

If you want to unlock the failed interrogation action (12), don’t try to connect to the deviant – just don’t press the buttons you see on the screen.

Final: Android scored for itself (25); Android was sent to the camera (26)

If you manage to convince the (20) android, you can ask him some interesting facts:

  • graffiti on the walls – if you read the inscription “I’m alive” in the chapter “Partners”.
  • figurine – if you found it in the bathroom in the “Partners” chapter.

The android admits guilt (21), and after a while Chris will enter the room (Chris will enter the room – 22). The deviant will be bothered by the fact that they want to carry him out of the room. So if:

  • you will do nothing (23), the android will shoot at you (25) with the weapon it draws from the policeman’s holster;
  • You intervene (24), and the android will be sent back to the cage (26).

To unlock the action: the android trusts Connor (28), convince (8 and 20) the deviant confesses (21) – Don’t pressure him! Maintain an optimal stress level (50-70%) while talking. When Chris intervenes (22), intervene (24) three times. Then the android will trust Connor (28), and when he leaves, he will tell him that “the truth lies within”.

There are more ways to reach individual endings than described above. This is due to the choice of approaches that can be combined.

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