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For other meanings, see Chloe (disambiguation).

Chloe is an RT600 android in Detroit: Become Human. She is the first android model perfected by CyberLife.

There have been several subsequent optimized Chloe models made in her likeness, such as the ST200. An ST200 Chloe acts as a hostess in the game's menu and settings.

BiographyEdit

Pre-gameEdit

RT600 "Chloe" was the first CyberLife android perfected by Elijah Kamski, released in 2021.

As the first personal assistant built by CyberLife, she is designed to help humans with everyday tasks such as doing housework and making appointments. She is also the first android to pass the Turing test. By publicly passing face-to-face tests in 2022, Chloe ensured CyberLife's success.

In 2024, Chloe filmed an interview with KNC.[1]

Nowadays, she keeps Elijah Kamski's company at his secluded home in Detroit, with several other Chloes.

Meet KamskiEdit

Chloe appears in this chapter no matter what the player does. She answers the door when Connor and Hank Anderson arrive at Kamski's house and escorts them to Kamski.

Later, Elijah hands Connor a gun and gives him the choice of killing her in order to obtain additional information.

Chapters Edit

Appearance Edit

Chloe has long blonde hair in a low ponytail that drapes over her left shoulder, blue eyes, and pale skin. She wears navy eyeshadow with pink lip gloss.

Chloe is formally dressed; wearing a dark blue dress that reaches her knees with no shoes. The other Chloes appear to be wearing a two piece light blue bikini.

Personality Edit

Not much is known about her personality but it appears that she is loyal and obedient to Elijah. She addresses him as Elijah.

Behind the scenesEdit

  • Chloe is portrayed by Gabrielle Hersh who provided her likeness, the voice acting and performance capture for the game (including "The Interview"). For Hostess Chloe, Hersh's likeness is used, but the voice acting was performed by Barbara Weber-Scaff.
    • In dubbed versions, Chloe's voice was acted by: Daria Frolova (Russian), Jenny De Cesarei (Italian, did not voice Hostess Chloe), Ruvalcaba (Latin American Spanish), Yolanda Mateos (European Spanish), Julia Kołakowska-Bytner (Polish).

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ReferencesEdit

  1. Detroit: Become Human short film "Chloe"