God Eater 3 Will release with a Dual Audio setup for all the western audiences. The publisher Bandai Namco has confirmed that game will offer Voice Audio for both English and Japanese languages. In addition, this new feature will be available with the release of the game sometime in 2019.
This simply means that players will be able to choose between an English dubbing and the original Japanese voice over. Additionally, this feature is only announced for the western release of the game. However, a dual language voice over feature for regions other than the west isn’t confirmed by the publisher.
With the inclusion of Dual Audio setup, God Eater 3 will become the very first game in the series to offer such as feature. No other game in the God Eater series offers a dual voice feature. So it’s more than just a good news for all the western fans of God Eater 3.
Bandai Namco has also released a new set of game’s screenshots with the dual voice announcement. Fans can see the huge Ash Aragami in action in the provided screenshots. Ash Aragami or also known as Ashland Aragami is a new type of Aragami in God Eater 3. They are highly adaptive to the Ashlands, unlike the other regular Aragami. They have more common configuration that is actually a counter adaptation factor in their core. This particular feature helps the Ash Aragami to not be devoured by the Ashlands.
Players in God Eater 3 will have the ability to overcome the Ash Aragami with help from their group AI or any player controlled characters. God Eater 3’s anime-inspired aesthetics will also be a helpful factor for the players to overcome Ash Aragami.
God Eater 3 is all set to launch on PS4 on 13th December 2018. A PC version release of God Eater 3 will take place in early 2019 in Japan. However, an exact release date on PC is yet to come out. In the North American and European regions, the game will release in early 2019 on PS4 and PC. Check out the new God Eater 3 screenshots below.