If you’ve wanted to see behind-the-scenes of games like Until Dawn and The Dark Pictures Anthology, you’re in luck. Earlier today, Supermassive Games and BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment released two interesting developer diaries for the second of several planned entries in the latter series. The one they call Little Hope.
Through these videos, you’ll see how the developers used motion capture and modern technology to bring real life actors into the game, in an effort to make The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope more lifelike and believable.
“Without complex sets or props the motion capture actors must make the best use of their imagination to bring their characters to life and deliver a compelling and authentic performance that is converted into what you see in the game,” the press release reads.
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Little Hope will bring small town horror to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on the 20th of October.