Mad Max Game Will Feature Australian Accents. The world ends with you. Developed by avalanche studios and published by warner bros.
I only found this out recently, in miller's defence, they started filming outside of broken hill but were flooded out. In the game, players control max rockatansky as he progresses. Avalanche studios has confirmed that its forthcoming mad max video game will feature a protagonist with an australian accent.
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The news comes via avalanche studio head christofer sundberg on twitter:. Single player video games coverage. In the game, players control max rockatansky as he progresses.
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Avalanche studios, in charge of bringing this long beloved film franchise to consoles, would surely keep mad max’s accent. The forthcoming addition to the series, mad max 4: Interactive entertainment, it was released for microsoft windows, playstation 4, and xbox one in 2015.
Avalanche Studios Has Confirmed That Its Forthcoming Mad Max Video Game Will Feature A Protagonist With An Australian Accent.
Fans of the franchise have been clamoring for this feature since the game was revealed at e3 and avalanche has listened. Fans complained after hearing an american accent in the game's teaser trailer, below, released. There’s also a dog companion in the game, which looks an awful lot like the australian cattle dog that max leaned on in the same film.
Count Me As One Of Those Who Are Highly Anticipating The Upcoming Mad Max Video Game.
Avalanche studios, the team behind the mad max video game coming next year, has said that the titular character will speak with an australian accent. Mad max will have an australian accent. Fans say this is only the latest insult to the series' australian heritage.
Now, Developer Avalanche Studios Has Reassured Everybody:
Avalanche has announced that the protagonist in mad max will have an australian accent after all. The developer of the game explains that the game has a different take from that of. In 1980 distributors feared americans’ lack of exposure to the australian accent would’ve rendered it incomprehensible to them.