This week once again Virtual Basement has been recording more behind-the-scenes mocap footage for The Wrestling Code, along with announcing a new addition to their already stacked roster.
They have also been responding to fans' questions on Twitter about the game development so far.
So in this article, we will be going over the details of the behind-the-scenes mocap session, who is joining the game's roster, and what answers they have been giving to fans on Twitter.
The Wrestling Code Mocap Session Behind The Scenes
The behind-the-scenes mocap session starts with Virtual Basement recording footage with AEW Superstar Christy James.
During this session, Christy would first be seen recording mocap for what first seems like part of her entrance.
However, when listening to the audio and the verbal cues in the video, it now looks like this is for some sort of selling animation that they are pairing up with another animation that was made previously.
After that, we got another clip of Christy recorded mocap, this time being for a Judo Throw, Knee Strike Combo Move.
Christy was then joined by former Lucha Understar Superstar, Marty The Moth Martinez.
Most fans may remember Marty when he was a part of WWE Tough Enough Series 5 during the show revival in 2011 when he was forced to leave the competition after suffering a freak accident,
Here we see Marty with the mocap suit on as he performs an awesome suicide dive to the outside of the ring as we see Marty launched himself over the top rope all the way and land on the crash mat on the outside.
We do get one final piece of mocap footage for today from the third day of recording as we see Becca and Anthony Greene with the clip showing reversal motion capture for a back suplex.
The footage shows Anthony attempting a back suplex on Becca only for her to reverse him by backflipping over him.
The Wrestling Code New Roster Reveal
Now while at the time of recording the mocap footage, Marty was not announced for the game's roster.
However, Virtual Basement did make things official as Marty would reveal on his Twitter Account that he too had signed up for The Wrestling Code's Roster.
Virtual Basement Answering Fans' Twitter Questions
To finish up the article Virtual Basement was responding to fans' questions on Twitter.
One fan would ask "I was just curious, how many models of the wrestlers have you got done?"
Virtual Basement would answer the fan's question by saying "Over 30+"
So far with all of the new behind-the-scenes footage, mocap sessions, and stacked roster reveals for The Wrestling Code, Virtual Basement has really knocked it out of the park.
If Virtual Basement keeps up with these kinds of updates and reveals, The Wrestling Code will possibly be one of the best wrestling video games of the modern era and could even rival WWE 2K22 and the upcoming AEW Console Game.
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