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Looks like this voice actor won’t appear in Zelda: Tears Of The Kingdom


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The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom is fast approaching the release date May 12, 2023 (yes, it’ll be here a lot sooner than you think!), so it’s likely that Nintendo is currently in the final stages of development for the game and removing any critical bugs that may still be lying around! .

One thing’s for sure, though: it’s safe to assume that all of the voice acting for the game is now complete, and if that’s the case, it looks like a lead voice actor from Breath of the Wild will not appear in its sequel.

This news comes from YouTube channel KIWI TALKZ, recently did an interview with voice actor Sean Chiplock. Chiplock is an accomplished voice actor for video games and anime and has voiced several characters in Breath of the Wild, including Revali, The Deku Tree, and Teba. When asked about whether Chiplock would play Tears of the Kingdom himself, here’s what he had to say:

“I’ve never played Breath Of The Wild, never touched it! I bought the Master Edition. I’ve got the biggest Limited Edition you can get and it’s still unopened in my room for two years before I finally cracked it open to give some bonus to a friend who has a better use for them That’s because I understand, with how open-ended Breath Of The Wild, really the fact that there are 120 temples most of you don’t even need to do anything to complete the story, like me being the one who has to give his all to a game if he wants to finish it.

“With Breath Of The Wild, if I put it down for longer like three days, I’ll forget about it, I’ll forget where I was, what I’m doing, how much I’ve accomplished. There’s too much. Now, Age Of Calamity I’ve been playing it all along and I’ve even played it on stream so yeah it’s a case of I’m excited for Tears Of The Kingdom, I’m glad everyone’s been waiting so long. I’ll definitely be watching the videos so I can get a sense of what happens in case any of my characters happen to return – I still don’t know if that will happen. “

While it’s probably safe to assume that Chiplock won’t be voicing any of his characters from Breath of the Wild for its sequel at this point, it’s still entirely possible that the characters themselves. The object will still appear, whether in the story itself or through a flashback. Nintendo could have chosen a different voice actor for the roles, or – perhaps more likely – it could have scaled back the dubbing entirely for certain aspects of the game, limiting it’s in more prominent roles like Zelda herself.

Thanks to KIWI TALKZ for this tip. You can watch the full interview with Sean Chiplock below:

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