Detroit Become Human: The Bridge – the difference between the two endings and how to unlock them

In this chapter of Detroit: Become Human we find Hank sitting on a bench melancholy admiring the splendid view of Detroit’s Ambassador Bridge.

Connor approaches his colleague and starts a conversation that we, by controlling Connor, can shape as we wish. In reality, however, the choices we find ourselves making in the course of this conversation do not really determine the outcome of the chapter, if not to a very small extent.

The two endings present in the chapter “The bridge”, in fact, depend on the relationship that in the course of all the previous chapters we have cultivated with our colleague Hank.

Of course, even the choices of this conversation have a minimal weight on the relationship with the lieutenant, but in any case I am too thorough to be able to tip the scales in the vast majority of cases.

Detroit: Become Human – all sections of the guide

Here you can access the main page of our Detroit: Become Human guide, where you can find many tricks and tips!

The list of specific sections of the guide:

  • The Detroit: Become Human Trophy Guide
  • Where to find all Detroit: Become Human collectible magazines
  • How to finish Detroit: Become Human with all characters alive and unlock the “Survivors” Trophy
  • All of Connor’s deaths and how to unlock the Trophy ?? Will I be back ??

Detroit: Become Human – the complete guide for each chapter

  • Chapter 1: The Hostage – how to 100% complete it and unlock all endings
  • Chapter 4: New Home – the key choices and endings
  • Chapter 6: Colleagues – the key choices and endings
  • Chapter 7: Stormy Night – the key choices and endings of the chapter
  • Chapter 8: Destroyed – the key choices and endings
  • Chapter 9: The Interrogation – The Key Choices and Endings
  • Chapter 10: Fugitives – the key choices and endings
  • Chapter 12: Waiting for Hank – the key choices and endings
  • Chapter 13: On the Run – Key Choices and Endings
  • Chapter 14: Jericho – how and where to find all graffiti
  • Chapter 15: The Nest – all the endings and consequences on the game
  • Chapter 17: Zlatko – all the endings and consequences on the game
  • Chapter 18: Russian Roulette – all the consequences on the game
  • Chapter 19: Replacement Parts – all the final and key choices
  • Chapter 20: Eden Club – all the endings and key picks
  • Chapter 22: The Bridge – the difference between the two endings and how to unlock them
  • Chapter 23: Stratford Tower – the endings and key choices
  • Chapter 25: Midnight Train – all the endings and game consequences
  • Chapter 26: Capitol Park – all the endings and key choices
  • Chapter 27: Kamski – all the endings and key choices
  • Chapter 28: March for Freedom – all endings
  • Chapter 29: March for Freedom – all key endings and choices

Detroit: Become Human – guide to the endings of the chapter “The bridge”

The turning point of the chapter is when Hank points the gun at Connor’s forehead. At this point Hank will have to decide whether to shoot the android, aware of its artificial nature and the fact that it will be replaced anyway, or whether to lower the weapon seeing in Connor another living being who does not deserve to die.

Final 1: Hank leaves Connor alone

This ending only unlocks if we’ve cultivated a good relationship with Hank throughout the game and haven’t died too often as Connor. Hank, in fact, is affected by the death and subsequent “resurrection” of his colleague.

To be able to develop a positive relationship with Hank it is generally sufficient to save him in the chapter “The nest” and let Traci escape in the chapter “Eden Club. Obviously it helps that we have not been detached towards him.

Final 2: Hank shoots Connor

This ending is unlocked, unlike the first, if the relationship between Connor and Hank is cracked. To ruin the relationship between the two it is generally sufficient not to save it in the chapter “The nest” and shoot the Thracians in the chapter “Eden Club”.

As already mentioned, Connor’s deaths and, obviously, the general attitude we had towards him also contribute to ruining the relationship with Hank.

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