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Detroit: Become Human And Red Dead Redemption 2 Actors Partner Up For New Game

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During Manchester Comic Con earlier this month, GameByte got the opportunity to chat with Detroit: Become Human stars Bryan Dechart and Amelia Rose Blaire.

Aside from talking all things Deviant, the pair also revealed their plans for the future – including work on an upcoming game along with Red Dead Redemption 2‘s Arthur Morgan actor, Roger Clarke, and YouTuber Jacksepticeye.

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“We have a lot of exciting things in the works. We’re working on two other video games, one is called Lunafon: Tales of the Moon Oak, and it’s a hand-painted 2D animation game based on Welsh mythology,” Amelia explained.

“Jacksepticeye is going to be voicing one of the characters, and Roger Clarke who plays Arthur Morgan in Red Dead Redemption 2, he’s also voicing one of the characters. And [we have] another game called Evolutis, which is a cyberpunk anime, so two very different ones and then there’s a third one in the works that we can’t talk about.”

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As for more immediate plans for the duo, Bryan revealed that a new – and ambitious – D and D campaign is also in the works.


“On our Twitch stream, we’re working for August 11th, we’re gonna launch a D and D campaign called The Golden Spiral, so we’ll be inviting a lot of our voice actor friends, I mentioned earlier today, I guess this will be the official announcement,” said Bryan.

“Anjali [Bhimani] who plays Symmetra, and Carolina Ravassa who plays Sombra in Overwatch are gonna be two of our campaign adventurers and it’s gonna be an interactive campaign so that our viewing audience can also play the games with us in a passive way.

“If they just want to watch they can watch like you’d watch Critical Role, or they’ll also be ways for them to poll and input collectively based off their elemental, so fire, air, water, earth will be separated into chats and be able to help the different adventurers based off a mana pool for their element.

“All the way to the deepest level of involvement which is that people wanna run their own campaign in the same story world, then the results of their campaign will be fed into our story and we’re gonna try and push the element of where people have gone with D and D specifically, and streaming at the same time. On Twitch, live! See what happens!”

Check out our interview with Detroit: Become Human‘s Bryan Dechart and Amelia Rose Blaire in full below!

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