Later this month, Bandai Namco is releasing The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope, a new cinematic horror game. To help players feel immersed in the game, Bandai Namco decided to use motion capture to bring “an authenticity to the performance onscreen.”
Fans can check out the two developer diary videos below to see the game designers approach the process to create “the most immersive in-game horror experience possible.”
Get a closer look at this fascinating technological and artistic process in which movements from actors are digitally recorded with pinpoint accuracy to create the most immersive in-game horror experience possible. In the video, viewers will learn about how choosing the right actors is crucial, and how those actors employ training and imagination to convey authentic emotions without detailed physical sets.
You’ll be able to play Little Hope in the Americas on October 30 via PC (via Steam), PS4, and Xbox One.