Final Fantasy Viii Remastered Will Have English And Japanese Voice Overs

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered was revealed at E3, and information scraped from the game’s website promises both English and Japanese voiceovers.

The good folks at Wwctech pressed CTRL+U on the game’s official website to see the code. In it, they found marketing material promising English and Japanese voice acting in the game. Here’s the bit in full:

Widely beloved, FINAL FANTASY VIII casts unlikely heroes into a war to save the world. The military nation of Galbadia has declared war on the Dukedom of Dollet, who are left with no choice but to hire a mercenary force for their defense. Enter SeeD and its newest member: Squall Leonhart. Together with his friends, Squall joins Rinoa Heartilly, a member of a resistance group, on an adventure that holds the fate of their world in its balance. FINAL FANTASY VIII Remastered marks the 20th Anniversary of its original release with a complete visual refresh and brings the game’s classic story to modern platforms: Steam, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. With fully overhauled visuals, see your favorite characters come to life like never before! FINAL FANTASY VIII Remastered is an RPG, available in English and Japanese voiceover, and is also text localized into French, Italian, German and Spanish.

Final Fantasy Viii Remastered Will Have English And Japanese Voice Overs2

The original game didn’t have voice overs, so this a real bonus to help make the remastered version really stand out. We’ll have to treat this as a rumor for now until we get some more details on what will definitely be included, but the above text indicates we can expect it.

Final Fantasy VIII Remastered will be out in Steam in 2019.

Martynas Klimas
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