The cast of Alien Isolation aren’t to be believed, despite their realismWritten by: / / No Comments
Despite the fact that the voice (and face?) cast chosen to bring virtual life to the characters of Alien Isolation look as real as developer Creative Assembly can muster in-game, they aren’t to be believed. In this way, they prove themselves to be all too human…
In the latest developer diary for the first-person horror game, the creators of Alien Isolation talk about how they’ve brought the characters into the game with face scanning technology and what looks to be a spot of performance capture, too.
Game designer Gary Napper warns that even though a lot of the time you’ll have to worry about surviving the advances and encounters with the game’s only Xenomorph enemy, “there are actually other threats aboard the [Sevastopol] station that they will have to worry about,” including humans stranded on the station who are trying to survive.
Don’t trust ‘em:
Alien: Isolation – Creating the Cast Trailer
Alien: Isolation is out on October 7th across Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Don’t miss El33tonline’s current and continued coverage of the first-person survival horror game for more details.