Stefanie Joosten has now talked in a new interview on what it was like playing Quiet in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
VG-Reloaded interviewed Joosten recently as she recalls how she got the part of Quiet in the first place and how her life has changed because of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
In terms of how she got the part, her agency gave her a call about auditioning for a video game. They were looking for motion capture actors, but the agency did not tell them which game it was for yet. Joosten auditioned and managed to get the part. As you may know already, she also had to be 3D scanned too.
Joosten described that the “motion capture suit was a little hard to get into and out“. However, she said it was fun for the most part even though it could be challenging at times.
She would like to work on another video games again. Right now, she’s mostly doing modelling work but would love to be in films and more games eventually.
Joosten also said working on Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain was “one of the best experiences I have ever had“. She is a gamer herself and it was great for her to work with people with similar interests.
She also said the experience changed her life and it’s strange how many people follow her on social media thanks to the popularity of both the character of Quiet and Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain itself.
For the record, Joosten claims to have never actually dressed up as Quiet before. She has left that to all of the cosplayers instead. Sorry fans…