'Detroit Become Human' Latest News: Quantic Dream Finishes Motion Capture Recording
"Detroit Become Human" Developer Quantum Dreams has finally finished the footage forf the gameplay motion capture. The game's release date is still unannounced but we know it will exclusively launch on PS4.
Quantic Dream's "Detroit: Become Human," is the next massive interactive adventure game slated to launch soon. The studio took to Twitter to post an update on the motion capture process for Valorie Curry who plays as a self-aware android Kara.
Valorie Curry has shot her last set just in time to celebrate her birthday. She said that her birthday present was going to be tough to top. In addition, she showed the mask she used during the entire recording process. She even explained how the mask worked during the shoot. This is backed by another interesting tweet from Quantic Dream director Benjamin Diebling, who seemed to indicate that shooting had wrapped up.
Since the project's reveal during Paris Games Week 2015, fans have been waiting for the female robot to have her debut. "Detroit Become Human" most probably will still take time to polish up the experience.
There are many features to be given considerations especially the complex number of outcomes, plot twists, endings and other possible stories. It could also mean that "Detroit: Become Human" will not be released in 2017, says Gaming Bolt.
"Detroit Become Human" is set in the future where androids were designed extensively to serve humanity. These androids have changed the structure of society. The decisions you make in the game shapes the story and change the way your character interacts with other individuals.
The script for "Detroit Become Human" took around two years for David Cage to finish. In addition, the group cast numerous on-screen characters before starting the eighteen-month long procedure of shooting. Since the group has completed shooting the motion-capture, the game may be launched earlier than previously predicted.