Detroit: Become Human, the latest to come out of developer Quantic Dream, has recently updated to allow players to undo a superficially minor decision made at the end of the game.
WARNING: This post will contain spoilers for Detroit: Become Human, read at your own caution.
Detroit is an RPG that presses on the idea of acceptance and hatred for a popular line of androids. In this world, the androids are nearly identical to humans, with the exception of clothing, and a blue ring on the side of their head. Overall, the game touches on the themes of racism, abuse, and the idea of freedom.
Throughout the game, an android named Chloe acts as your personal assistant, assisting you in meta operations. She is an ironically humanizing touch to the game menus and UIs. Upon completion of the main game, you are given the option to set Chloe free, allowing her to leave you and join the android revolution. Should you accept, the game will operate as normal, but without her there for aesthetic.
Due to popular demand, Quantic Dreams have added a new option, allowing players who have set Chloe free to "acquire a brand new model." This is effectively undo-ing their decision to free her. They specified that the original Chloe has still been set free.
It kind of ruins the point though, doesn't it?