Doki-Doki Universe story trailer

Become more human as Model QT377665 the robot.

After confirming a December release window yesterday, Sony and HumaNature Studios have debuted a new story trailer for Doki-Doki Universe.

Over at the PlayStation Blog, HumaNature founder Greg Johnson broke down the upcoming downloadable.

“In Doki-Doki Universe you play the role of a forlorn little robot named Model QT377665 (QT3 for short),” Johnson said. “You have been abandoned by your human family and are about to get scrapped by the factory that made you, unless you can prove that you’re able to learn more about what it means to be human.

“On your journey to become more human, you travel across planets and meet all sorts of crazy characters to help solve their problems. You can even take fun personality quizzes where the doctor will evaluate your progress. Along the way, we hope you find something out about yourself too.

“If this is your first time seeing Doki-Doki Universe, you’ll notice right away that it has a charming and somewhat child-like quality to it. Genre-wise, I guess you’d say it is an ‘interactive-story’ / simulation game, with some fun self-discovery-type personality tests, and animating messaging mixed in.”

Doki-Doki Universe will be available as a free starter pack, which includes some personality quizzes, Doki-Doki Mail, and QT3’s home planet. The full game can be purchased for an unannounced price.

Watch the trailer below.

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