Final Fantasy 16 Won’t Have American Accents Because of Its Medieval Europe Setting

Good information! Final Fantasy 16 setting and accents will match, making certain that gamers don’t complain about immersion, or lack thereof, after they hear American accents whereas working round in fantasy medieval Europe. Square Enix’s Naoki Yoshida has confirmed that the upcoming recreation will solely function British accents.

“Medieval fantasy = Europe,” says Yoshida

Speaking to Dengeki Online (translation through Twitter consumer aitaikimochi), Yoshida stated that he wished to keep away from getting complaints from American gamers who will inevitably query why they’re listening to comparable accents if the sport is ready in fantasy Europe. Square Enix went the additional mile to make sure that each accent was British.

I believe what we equate as ‘Medieval fantasy = Europe’ would in all probability be finest represented by The Lord of the Rings. We made certain to not embody any American accents. We determined to do that to stop Americans from taking part in the sport and getting mad by saying one thing like, ‘I was looking forward to playing a game set in fantasy medieval Europe, but why are they speaking American English!?’ To stop this, we made certain all of the dialogue was recorded utilizing British English.

Yoshida added that Final Fantasy 16 would be the first PS5-only recreation that tells a full-fledged story set inside fantasy medieval Europe. So, you realize, the stress is on to set an instance…

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