The English translation process may have started for the upcoming PS4 and Xbox One Japanese role-playing title, “Final Fantasy XV.” According to a report by Nova Crystallis on Oct. 27, Jay Preston revealed that he has provided some voice work to the next-generation multiplatform video game.
The actor was a part of “Entourage” and “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.” On the gaming front, he also worked on “Snark Busters: High Society” for the Mac and PC in addition to “The Ories” for the iOS platforms. Although he confirmed that he will be a part of the cast for “Final Fantasy XV,” his role was not specified.
Square Enix typically releases the previous mainline installments of the series first in Japan. The software products are then translated for North America and other regions. As a result, western players often have to wait for months after the Japanese release in order to play the latest “Final Fantasy” video games. For example, the upcoming “Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII” will be released in Japan on Nov. 21, 2013 and North America on Feb. 11, 2014.
All of the videos shown so far for “Final Fantasy XV,” including footage from when it was known as “Final Fantasy Versus XIII,” feature Japanese voice acting. The forthcoming PS4 and Xbox One video game does not have a release date. You can take a look at some of the product's screens in the slideshow near the top of this article. You can pre-order the products from Amazon in the following links: “Final Fantasy XV,” PS4 and Xbox One