CGI VFX Cinematic HD: “Titanfall Intro Sequence” – by Spov Design + Moving Image

Check out this fantastic Opening movie cinematic for Respawn/EA’s new Xbox One game, Titanfall, created by the talented team at Spov Design + Moving Image!

Opening movie for Respawn/EA’s new Xbox One game, Titanfall.
This cinematic sequence details humankind’s escape to the stars, using footage of space travel, before utilising Spov’s CG and animation skills to visualise Titanfall’s game world – one where ships and people have travelled to the farthest reaches of the universe.

Influenced by footage from NASA’s Cassini mission to Saturn, and particularly an edit by Chris Abbas , the sequence blends the stark and minimal realism of space with the preparation of the massive Titan mechs for their planet fall.

Titanfall’s narrative exists in our universe at an indeterminate point in our future. Using a mix of archive materials, CG and VFX Spov have woven together the human and science-fiction elements to create a holistic storytelling piece.

About
Spov is a creatively led design and animation studio in Haggerston, London.
Our creative services include concept development and art direction, live action production and post production, motion graphics, branding and visual effects.
We approach our work with passion, commitment, good humour, and a dedication to produce compelling work that is original in concept and execution.
We operate on an open, collaborative basis both in-house and in our client relationships, and bring a wealth of experience and enthusiasm from the design, animation, TV, film and gaming industries to our clients.

Website – http://www.spov.tv
Titanfall game – http://www.titanfall.com/

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