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Detroit: Become Human motion capture footage finished


Announced during the Paris Games Week 2015, Detroit: Become Human, the new PlayStation 4 exclusive title developed by Quantic Dream, rarely is again shown to the public. Apparently, however, the locations for the motion capture of the title are now finished, and we can therefore hope for the output ahead of the game.

Quantic Dream, the studio of Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls, today announced that it has completed the motion capture of Valorie Curry, the protagonist of the PS4 exclusive title Detroit: Become Human.

As evidenced by the tweet that we present in at the end of this article, Valorie Curry, actress who plays Kara within the game, took part in the latest motion capture session, just to coincide with her birthday. The actress is interpreted by Kara, an android in a Detroit populated by cyborgs and human for which we still know very little.

The title does not have a release date, so this news means that the studio of David Cage is working continuously to bring the game to the market as soon as possible.

Detroit: Become Human is about a dystopian world populated by androids who have taken control at the expense of human beings. The choices that the player will take during the adventure will change history in some way and will also change the way the characters relate to other people.

Recall that Detroit: Become Human directed by David Cage is expected on PlayStation 4, but at the moment we do not have a launch date.

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