Death Stranding: Kojima Announces the End of Japanese Dubbing Sessions


With the 8th of November coming closer and closer, work continues at Kojima Productions, with the Japanese software house still engaged in finalizing and refining the ambitious Death Stranding.

The development company led by Metal Gear Solid’s father has taken another step forward in the past few hours, having completed the Japanese dubbing sessions of the new open-world expected on PlayStation 4. The announcement came from the always active Twitter profile of Hideo Kojima, who sincerely thanked the collaborators who contributed to characterizing the characters interpreted (and naturally dubbed in English) by the various Mads Mikkelsen, Norman Reedus, Léa Seydoux and so on.

“Celebration with the Japanese Death Stranding dubbers for having finished the voice-over session. Thank you very much for your hard work,” reads the caption accompanying the commemorative photo published by Kojima and found below.

Another small piece of real news is the official release of Death Stranding, scheduled on PlayStation 4 on November 8, 2019. Meanwhile, an interesting fanmade anime dedicated to the game was announced.