Death Stranding Japanese “Voice Over Session” Finished, Kojima Confirms
Work on Death Stranding continues, the next much-awaited video game of Hideo Kojima – the first since the founding of the new independent studio of Kojima Productions. On his inevitable Twitter profile, the game designer has in fact announced in recent hours that the works on the Japanese voice-over sessions of Death Stranding have now officially concluded. To accompany the news, you can check the image of the author in the company of the artists who gave voice to the protagonists of the game – including Akio Otsuka, formerly the voice of Snake in Metal Gear game.
We remind you that Death Stranding will arrive on November 8th on PS4. Recently, however, it has been noticed with the increasing insistence that there is no reference in the game’s assets to its exclusivity on the Sony console – despite relying on Decima Engine (originally by Guerrilla Games) and despite counting on Mark Cerny (lead architect of PlayStation) in its staff. We, therefore, look forward to find out whether, in the future, it will also be landing on further platforms.
The visit of Jade Raymond (Google Stadia) at Kojima Productions a few weeks ago sparked rumors that Death Stranding could possibly appear on the games streaming service of Google Stadia, because Sony is likely to be the only console-exclusive release with possibly securing a time advantage.
There is also no doubt of an announcement for PC that would be great news for those who do not own a PlayStation 4. Of course, now all that remains is probably to wait for the launch of the game on the Sony console, to see if Kojima is encouraged to give a joy to PC users, or perhaps to Xbox.
Celebrating with DEATH STRANDING Japanese voice over actors for finishing up the voice over session. Thank you very much for your hard work👍🌈🦀🐟🐬🐋☔️💀👶✋ pic.twitter.com/j2wAFb0Hw3
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