Kingdom Hearts III Is Changing Olaf’s Japanese Voice In An Update Following Pierre Taki’s Arrest

By Sato . March 14, 2019 . 5:15am

Kingdom Hearts III

We previously reported that Sega is putting a pause on Judgment’s sales following the arrest of voice actor Pierre Taki, and his trouble with snow is carrying over to Kingdom Hearts III as Square Enix announced that it will be changing the voice of Olaf from Frozen, who he voiced in Japan.

 

Pierre Taki is the stage name of Masanori Taki, a member of the pop duo Denki Groove. The singer and actor was recently arrested after admitting to using cocaine and testing positive to the drug.

 

While Sega has put a pause on the shipment and digital sales of Judgment, Square Enix has decided that the character he voiced, Olaf, who appears in the world based on Frozen, will have his voice changed for the Japanese version of the game.

 

More information on the update’s content and release will be announced on a later date.

 

Kingdom Hearts III is available on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


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