Detroit: Become Human
Detroit: Become Human The Bridge Walkthrough
Meeting Hank on the Ambassador Bridge, all the dialog options and outcomes
After the adventures in the chapter ‘’The Eden Club’’, Connor and (to a greater extent) Hank Anderson need some time for reflection. For these purposes, they have chosen a snow-covered embankment near the Ambassador Bridge.
Once you get out of the car, don’t rush to Hank (he’s still busy drinking anyway). Instead, turn to the right and pick up a magazine from the children’s playground. You’ll find two articles: ‘’The Mysterious Mister Kamski’’ and ‘’Markets Predict War’’.
In conversation with the lieutenant, choose ‘’Personal Question’’. This will allow you to discuss the photograph of the deceased son and Hank’s hobby of playing Russian roulette, if you have found the relevant items in the chapter ‘’Russian Roulette’’. To get a 100% rating for this episode, you must ask about both.
The question about a child will slightly worsen the relationship with Anderson. All other remarks have no impact on this parameter.
Next, the characters will be busy with the question about the relationship between deviants. To unlock another optional element on the flowchart, use ‘’rA9’’.
Next, Connor will pay attention to the fact that Hank is concerned with something. It will turn out that he is worried about the situation with Traci lovers from the Eden Club. There are four options to explain what happened:
The first three options don’t affect the relationship between Connor and Lieutenant Anderson. The fourth one worsens the relationship and decreases the software instability rate.
Having drunk another bottle of beer, Hank will stand up and ask a specific question to Connor. Who is he – a human, a robot or something in between. Potential answers have different consequences:
- Cold – the relationship will worsen, and the software instability rate will decrease;
- Aggressive – the relationship will worsen, and the software instability rate will decrease;
- Defensive – no effect;
- Neutral – the relationship will improve.
Next, depending on your choice in the end of the chapter ‘’The Eden Club’’, Hank will ask why you killed or not killed the deviants. The true answer will improve your relationship with Hank and will increase the software instability rate, while the lie will worsen the relationship.
As a result of alcohol impact and the general dissatisfaction with the situation, the lieutenant will point a gun at Connor to find out whether he is afraid of death or not. The ‘’Yes’’ option will increase the software instability rate, while other options will decrease it and will worsen the relationship with Hank.
The last question regarding what happens if Anderson pulls the trigger won’t impact anything (with a high probability). The option ‘’Defy’’ will worsen the relationship with Hank, while other options have no effect.
The outcome of this conversation does not depend on your actions in this chapter but on your reputation during the whole time of your relationship with Hank. If the lieutenant at least sympathizes with you (see the status of the relationship in the flowchart), he will lower the gun and will go on drinking. This is the ending ‘’Hank Left Connor Alone’’.
To achieve the opposite effect – the ending ‘’Hank Shot Connor’’– you need to significantly spoil the relationship with the lieutenant before this chapter. The easiest way to do this is not to save him in the chapter ‘’The Nest’’ and shoot the deviants in the chapter ‘’The Eden Club’’. In this case, characters will be enemies by the time of the talk on the Ambassador Bridge.
This concludes the episode. Here’s the flowchart: