Valiant Hearts: The Great War, the UbiArt framework game that tells the story of unsung heroes in the first World War, carries itself with a different tone than most other games that cover war as a subject. A new developer diary details how the team at Ubisoft developed the concept and used it to tell a human story about ordinary people forced into combat.
As previously reported, it will hit PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One on June 25 for $14.99. Check out the developer diary, appropriately called "Art and Emotion," below.
Steve Watts posted a new article, Valiant Hearts developer diary takes a serious look at war.
A new developer diary for Valiant Hearts: The Great War explains how Ubisoft came up with the concept of a story-driven game set in the first World War.
Looking forward to this. I have to give credit to Ubisoft for greenlighting these kind of interesting projects, it's hard to imagine this game being made by EA or Activision. I hope it's good.