Stack Up visits Red Storm Entertainment for a studio tour and multiplayer gaming with “The Division 2.”
Stack Up Founder Stephen Machuga, along with members in the North Carolina “Stack” got an insider look at game development on the Division. Expert Character Artist Chris Wells (above) demoed his process for concept art and character design. Senior Environment Artist Andrew Dixon showed off some flight path AI and the painstaking detail that goes into world-building. And finally, Audio Director Justin Drust gave the group an overview of the audio pipeline, including how a player triggers sounds along a path.
Once the group jumped into multiplayer they commented on how hyper-aware they now were of the sound and music that was being layered into the game. ***Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee that you will ever experience video games the same way after we show you how they’re made!*** 😀
Stack Up is a non-profit organization that helps veterans through gaming. They send “Supply Crates” of video games to soldiers who are deployed in combat zones or recovering in military hospitals. They conduct “Air Assaults” by flying deserving veterans to video game and geek culture events. And they form “The Stacks” which are teams of veterans and civilian volunteers organized by location. The Stacks come together to bring friendship, community, and support to those coping with PTSD or transitioning back to civilian life.
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