Game Director Yoan Fanise Outlines The Vision For 11-11: Memories Retold

After yesterday’s teaser trailer and announcement, Bandai Namco, Aardman and DigixArt have released a blog to outline their vision for what 11-11: Memories Retold will be. Aardman, best know for their stop-motion work through Wallace & Gromit and other films, are collaborating with DigixArt, but if you’re expecting irreverent humour and clay models, you’ve got another thing coming.

The Vlog is the first in a series which will go behind the scenes of the game’s creation, starting with the game director, Yoan Fanise of DigixArt. It’s an interesting insight into what they’re trying to achieve with this game, how it returns to WWI, but tries to show some of the humanity behind the war, not the combat, and the shared heritage that we have, especially as we are now coming up on the centenary of the war’s end.

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As a reminder, here’s the quite gorgeous looking teaser trailer with its rather unique painted art style, acting like a 3D painting.

11-11: Memories Retold is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

Source: press release

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