Rumor: Guitar Hero For PS4 and Xbox One In Development, Will Include Real-Time Audience
It has been revealed that live crowd scenes are currently been recorded for the new Guitar Hero game at the popular rehearsal venue, which is based in Purfleet on the outskirts of London.
The reports of recording came via PSU, claiming that their sources have told them that the extras have been going in and out of the venue for weeks to record live crowds for the upcoming title.
For weeks there’s been ‘extras’ going in. One of the extras finally told me what was going on. Basically for weeks they’ve been recording live crowds for all songs on the next Guitar Hero. Today all the extras are being dressed up all emo-style for one of the songs.
In the same report, PSU reveals that the next entry in the Guitar Hero series is in development for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and it is expected to hit the stores sometime next year.
Audience in previous entries were just computer generated animated characters, but it seems that developers are looking to add more realism to the upcoming game by adding a real-time audience.
Previous entry in the main series was released back in 2009, which came with 85 songs from 83 different artists. After that, a spin off called Warriors of Rock was also released in the following year.
What changes are you looking forward to see in the next Guitar Hero game?