Erika Harlacher, the voice actor of Ann, confirmed in a YouTube video that the Persona 5 Strikers localization was delayed due to COVID-19. The video comes from the channel of Cassandra Lee Morris, the voice actor for Morgana. (Thanks to Resetera user Neoxon!)
In an off-the-cuff chat between Harlacher and Morris, the voice actors talked concerning the Persona 5 Strikers localization. Harlacher talked about the unlucky want to ignore tweets from followers asking concerning the Persona 5 Strikers dub. Morris expressed wanting to reassure followers that the western model can be coming, however after all, couldn’t. The voice actors then confirmed that they recorded the dub throughout the COVID-19 quarantine. Harlacher mentioned the recording was about to begin round April 2020, however then quarantine went into impact. Production was anticipating everybody would return into the studio a number of weeks later, however that didn’t occur. Afterward, they’d to provide you with a “plan B” and the voice actors had been despatched microphones and gear to document remotely. The audio engineers then combined every little thing on their finish.
The two voice actors started chatting concerning the Persona 5 Strikers localization across the 17-minute mark within the beneath video.
Persona 5 Strikers is a sequel to the unique title, developed by Koei Tecmo. The action-RPG will star the Phantom Thieves going throughout Japan, fixing a brand new phenomenon. We had been huge followers of the sport in our preview from December 2020.
Persona 5 Strikers will launch on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Steam on February 23, 2021. Those who preorder the Digital Deluxe version will get entry to the title 4 days earlier on February 19, 2021. It is at present accessible in Japan as Persona 5 Scramble.