Some games model their characters from scratch, but other titles base them on the face, body, and sometimes even voice of a real-life person. It's fun to see how close—or horribly far—the digitization process gets and it's also fun to find out if a video game hottie is based on a real life hottie that you can insta-stalk. The latest video game muse is model Jordan Mcewen, who lent her likeness to Claire Redfield in the new Resident Evil 2 Remake.
Capcom also recruited the last time they made a remake in the 2002 version of Resident Evil. For that one, Canadian actress Julia Voth became the updated face of Jill Valentine, a role she thoroughly enjoyed as you can see.
Metal Gear Solid V had the sniper Quiet and her infamously skimpy outfit portrayed by Dutch model Stefanie Joosten. She also voiced her as well, but considering she didn't talk for 99% of the game, it was a memorable appearance for other reasons (we'll let you figure that one out for yourself).
The upcoming Death Stranding isn't a Metal Gear title, but it's being developed by creator Hideo Kojima. He recently revealed that the smoldering French actress Lea Seydoux will appear as an in-game character.
And the most famous actress to take a full-fledged video game role is probably Yvonne Strahovski as the genetically-engineered-to-be-perfect Miranda Lawson in Mass Effect 2. She fully acted out the role in that sexy Aussie accent, so you probably wanted to engage all the romance options with Miranda in this game.