Detroit: Become Human Cast Interview Explores The Humans Behind The Androids (VIDEO)
The interactive narrative of Detroit: Become Human may toe the line between real and fake with its intriguing philosophical themes, but also much more apparently with its stunning digital visuals. Playing from the perspective of artificial intelligence, the game explores the idea of what it means to be human, a big concept that could make for an exciting experience for fans. Developer Quantic Dream has now released an all-new Detroit: Become Human cast interview, giving behind-the-scenes insight into the android main characters, and the actors’ unique process in portraying them.
In the video below, we hear from the game’s starring three protagonists as they talk about their character’s journey from servitude to fulfill their essential desire to “become human”. We also get a look at the motion capture methods utilized behind the camera in order to realistically portray each of the actor’s emotions. Check it out below.
With emotional storytelling, hard-hitting subject matter, and consequential decision-making at the forefront, Detroit: Become Human is becoming one of the most anticipated titles of 2018. We’ll see if the game can live up to the hype when it releases exclusively for PlayStation 4 on May 25th.
What do you think? Are you impressed with how much effort has gone into the Detroit: Become Human cast, or does the whole experience seem too derivative of past Quantic Dream games? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more of the best artificial intelligence has to offer, check out these next few links:
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