I have a lot of love for Movies especially science fiction however nothing beats the fun of sitting behind a screen and playing some hard core FPS games. Apart from them i am a major lover of Assassins Creed titles especially Brotherhood, The Witcher and God Of War. Huge fan of animation director Hayo Mayazaki.
These days, whenever we log in to check out what’s trending in the gaming industry, you will find the name Death Stranding recurring and for all the right reasons. With the release date of the game nearing up, it only seems evitable to hear good news about the development status of the game. Just recently Hideo Kojima via his Twitter account announced that the Death Stranding Japanese language dub is now complete.
Kojima tweeted a photo of himself along with the Japanese cast who have provided the voiceover for the dub. Implying that they were all happy that is has finished and now they were celebrating its competition. The cast of Death Stranding is full of veteran seiyuu, you can spot them in the picture from left to right, from top row to last row.
- Akio Otsuka, who voices Die-Hardman, Tommie Earl Jenkins
- Hochu Otsuka, who voices Heartman, Nicolas Winding Refn
- Akihiko Ishizumi, who voices Deadman, Guillermo del Toro
- Satoshi Mikami, who voices Higgs, Troy Baker
- Nana Mizuki, who voices Fragile, Léa Seydoux
- Kenjiro Tsuda, who voices Sam, Norman Reedus
- Kikuko Inoue, who voices Amelie, Lindsay Wagner
Apart from all that, the game also features Maaya Sakamoto voicing Mama, Margaret Qualley, and Kazuhiro Yamaji voicing Cliff, Mads Mikkelsen. While Death Stranding Japanese dub is very much exhilarating, the game is itself one of the most anticipated games that would be rolling out this year.
It is a fact that the game has been in production for quite some time and Kojima Production has been endorsing it with whatever they have got. The trailers of the game speak their own amazing stories.
Be that as it may, lately there also has been news of a Death Stranding PC version to be also included, sometime after the release of the PS4 version. While things are pretty limited on that but bets are a PC version just might come through.
Death Stranding is scheduled to roll out on November 8th, this year on PlayStation 4.
More Death Stranding news is also scheduled to surface, perhaps another trailer at Gamescom. So stay tuned.