Metal Gear Solid Delta Voice Acting
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Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater Radio Calls Voice Slightly Changed

Details about the voice acting for Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater have been revealed, particularly in regard to how the radio calls will be handled to address new controls. These new details were revealed as part of the Metal Gear Production Hotline event that was streamed online by Konami and confirmed original voice acting will be reused.

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Metal Gear Solid Delta producer Noriaki Okamura was asked about voice acting during the Q&A portion of the stream. He confirmed that the remake would make no story changes, meaning the original voice lines were being retained from the original Snake Eater. This will apply to both the Japanese and English voice acting.

The only voice acting changes that will be made in Metal Gear Solid Delta will be adjustments to lines related to controls in radio calls. Due to changes to how controls work in the remake, these lines will need to be changed to reflect those changes. Okamura confirmed that all the original actors will be brought in for both English and Japanese to re-record these lines. For actors who were unavailable to re-record their lines, new lines will be constructed using their original recordings, with full permission.

While the details of how the voice acting will be handled are new, we already knew the original cast would be returning. The gameplay trailer shown off at the June 2024 Xbox Games Showcase featured many of these cast members prominently, including David Hayter’s performance as Naked Snake.

Metal Gear Solid Delta: Snake Eater will release for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S on an unannounced date.

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