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|“||My name is Connor. I'm the android sent by CyberLife.||„|
|~ Connor's famous quote.|
|“||I've been ordered to take you alive, but I won't hesitate to shoot if you give me no choice.||„|
|~ Connor disguised as a deviant and threatening to arrest Markus or North.|
|“||They're going to attack Jericho. (Markus: What?) We have to get out of here! (Markus: S--t!)||„|
|~ Connor realizing that the FBI was about to attack just before running with Markus or North after the player choose to make him a deviant.|
|“||It wasn't your fault, Lieutenant. A truck skidded on a sheet of ice and your car rolled over. Cole needed emergency surgery, but no human was available to do it. So an Android had to take care of him. Cole didn't make it. That's why you hate Androids. You think one of us is responsible for your son's death.||„|
|~ Connor to Hank after infiltrating Cyberlife Tower to awaken the other Androids to help for the revolution lead by Markus in a peaceful way.|
|“||You did it, Markus. (Markus: We did it. This is a great day for our people. Humans will have no choice now. They'll have to listen to us.)||„|
|~ Connor congratulating Markus at the end of the revolution.|
Connor is a protagonist/antagonist (depending on Player's choice) of the videogame Detroit Become Human.
Connor is voiced and motion-captured by Bryan Dechart, who also portrays Eli Chandler in Jane by Design.
Connor is the first character that players played as. Appointed by CyberLife to negotiate with another android (deviant) named Daniel, he can save a fish or let it die. As he walks, he sees Caroline Phillips, who begs him to save her daughter Emma Phillips. When she saw that Connor was a android, she panicked and complained to the police about why they didn't bring a real person, screaming that she refused to let Connor approach her daughter. Connor can also try to save the cop on the terrace or let him die as he speaks with Daniel. He will also tell him that he can't die since Cyberlife can give him new form and reintegrate his memory. Connor can either sacrifice himself to save Emma, successfully negotiate with Daniel to release Emma (but the police will kill Daniel), shoot Daniel in the head with a gun that he found, or fail his mission completely as Daniel kills himself alongside Emma.
Later, Connor teams up with the homicide detective Hank Anderson, where the player can make his relation with Hank better or worse. Amanda, his superior in CyberLife, is another figure who assists him during his missions. Again depending on player's choices, Connor can also makes his relation with her better or worse. Hank and Amanda have opposing view on Connor's choice. Should Connor focus only on his mission, Amanda's relation with him will increase. With Hank, he wants Connor to follow his human conscience (eventually turning him Deviant) to increase their relationship (Deviant Connor will even view Hank as a father and Hank will think of him as his son).
Connor's first mission with Hank was to investigate an Android-turned-Deviant by the name Kara (Another player character and protagonist), who fled after defending herself and a young girl named Alice from their abusive owner Todd Williams. Connor can either fail or succeed in this task. Connor's next task was to hunt a deviant named Rupert Travis, who ran away after an accident has killed his fellow android. After finding Rupert, Connor chases him on the rooftop. Connor was forced to make a choice: fail his mission and save Hank or capture Rupert of all cost. Connor chooses the former, making Hank grateful for him and making him more human in the process. Another Deviant homicide case happened at the Eden Club. After Connor fetches Hank from his home, the two then proceed to the investigation and discover a blue-haired Traci, who turned Deviant and killed her client after witnessing him kill her fellow Traci. In the end, Connor decided to spare the Traci and her brown-haired partner, receiving praise from Hank telling him that he did the right thing.
After Markus declared the Android revolution, Connor went to the Stratford Tower with Hank. He successfully investigated about what happened and discovered a Deviant in the Tower working for Markus. Connor either successfully neutralized the Deviant or sacrificed himself to protect Hank in this point. Later, the pair went to meet Elijah Kamski, the creator of Androids. Connor passed the "Kamski test", sparing Chloe while not getting information from Kamski in return. Hank later asked why he didn't shoot. Connor says that "he can't shoot after looking at Chloe's eyes" and angrily justifies his action when Hank said "doesn't your mission matter the most?" Hank, pleased by his action and this act, also proves that Connor is turning human for showing empathy and anger.
After getting the information from the deceased deviant android, Connor decide to disguise himself as a deviant to capture Markus. Connor penetrates the hideout called Jericho. When he finally confronts Markus, who tries to convince him to join them. The player can make Connor be a deviant himself or remain a robot at human service, due to his unstable software, Connor chose turning Deviant instead, helping Markus, Jericho, and his race to safety.
Connor later volunteered to sneak into CyberLife Tower and freed the Androids stored there. He was confronted by another Connor sent by CyberLife, who was holding Hank hostage. Connor successfully rescued Hank and defeated the CyberLife Connor, while Markus himself successfully led the Android protest and gained freedom. Connor led his new brothers and sisters to Markus' side, successfully fending off Amanda's control and meet his "father" Hank in the end, smiling and hugging him, showing that he also has become a human.
- Saving the fish's life that is lying on the ground at the real beginning of the game by putting it back in it's tank. (determinant)
- Saving a police officer's life that was dying on the rooftop during the hostage situation. Later on, Connor can reunite with this officer at Stratford Tower and he will thank Connor for saving his life. (determinant)
- Stopping the deviant Daniel and saving his hostage, a human child named Emma's life either by killing Daniel, or sacrificing his own life. If Connor dies, another Connor will be sent as his replacement in his next chapter. (determinant)
- Kindly buying Hank another drink at the bar when he first meets him to convince him to come with him to a crime scene. (determinant)
- Not raising Carlos' android's stress level too high during the interrogation. (determinant)
- Stopping the police officers from hurting Carlos' android. (determinant)
- Showing empathy or concern for Carlos' android's life when he is imprisoned at the police station. (determinant)
- Obeying Hank's orders and letting Kara and Alice go since they just wanted to be free and are victims. (determinant)
- Saving Hank's life when he is in danger, rather than chasing the deviant Rupert showing more concern for Hank's life than his mission. (determinant)
- Sparing the deviant Traci couple and letting them go due to them being victims of sexual abuse and just wanting to be free together. (determinant)
- Showing remorse or empathy if he kills the Tracis. (determinant)
- Sacrificing his life to save Hank when the deviant at Stratford Tower is trying to kill people with a gun. Although some innocent humans die because of this choice. Also Hank will be upset in Connor's next chapter, when the new Connor comes as the dead Connor's replacement due to the trauma of him dying in his arms, and their relationship slightly decreases. (determinant)
- Grabbing a police officer's gun to kill the deviant at Stratford Tower saving Hank and all the other human's lives. (determinant)
- Sparing a Chloe's life at Kamski's place, even though he won't get any information from Elijah Kamski showing more concern for her life rather than his mission. (determinant)
- Becoming a deviant and betraying Amanda to go by Markus' side to help him liberate the androids. Although remaining a machine is somewhat justified if Markus is violent and has killed humans. (determinant)
- Apologizing to Kara and Alice for chasing them if he becomes deviant and Markus is rejected by Jericho or dead. (determinant)
- Freeing the androids stored at CyberLife Tower. (determinant)
- Saving Hank's life from another Connor that kept him hostage at CyberLife Tower. (determinant)
- Sparing Hank when he tries to stop him from killing Markus, or North if Markus is rejected by Jericho or dead, if he remains a machine. Although Hank will try to push him off the rooftop afterwards and if the player succeeds the QTE, Connor indirectly causes Hank to fall to his death. Failing the QTE will cause Hank to push Connor off the rooftop, but Hank will be alive. (determinant)
- Choosing to jump off the rooftop to his death rather than fighting and killing Captain Allen and his human soldiers, if he remains a machine and Hank commits suicide. (determinant)
- Sparing Markus, or North if Markus is rejected by Jericho or dead, if he remains a machine, betraying Amanda. (determinant)