Naoki Yoshida talks about the voice recording and facial capture process for a still undated video game.
We still do not know when Final Fantasy XVI will arrive in stores, a video game that since its announcement has not returned to leave significant news to its not a few followers, but that does not prevent us from little by little knowing how its development is going. In this sense, thanks to an interview we have been able to know that the role-playing video game is about to end the voice recording process and facial capture, a job for which the British English dubbing has been prioritized this time.
“It is not possible that we can do all the animations of each cut of a scene by hand, so this time we are capturing complete facial movements and then adding the voices,” explains Naoki Yoshida, producer of FF XVI, in a chat with Washagana TV. collected by the specialized portal Gematsu. We are not doing it for all sequences, but this is one of the reasons why we are prioritizing the english version [sobre la japonesa]“, he adds, concluding that they will soon begin this same work with the domestic version of the production.
In his interview with the Japanese medium, Yoshida has explained that he does not go to these recording sessions, justifying that he prefers not to cause confusion among the actors with his comments, which may be different from the rest of those responsible.
Final Fantasy XVI at TGS 2021?
In Gematsu they also remember a statement by Yoshida in which he expressed his desire to show something from Final Fantasy XVI at the Tokyo Game Show 2021. The bad news? The producer of the video game believes that they won’t be on time for the appointment.
FF XVI was presented during one of the events of PlayStation 5 held at the end of last year. He did it with an impressive trailer that we already analyzed in depth from the pages of 3DJuegos in the report Everything we expect from Final Fantasy XVI, the crystals will bleed when the old and the new fight to the death. FF XVI is expected to reach other platforms later as well.
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