Cinematics Director Similar to the work of a director for animated films or television, the cinematics director is ultimately responsible for the completion of animated sequences, or cut scenes, which are integrated into the regular gameplay to enhance the story and character progression. Working with the staff of game writers, they will direct the storyboarding process, which lays out the visual progression of each cut scene and offer creative input on the visual composition of scenes.
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