July 6, 2020 9:03 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

They have been some news circulating that Spanish Voice actors have said that they have completed their lines for dubbing Breath of the Wild 2. This has been mistranslated and taken out of context from what was originally said. During a Spanish Podcast titled Un Café con Nintendo (A Coffee with Nintendo), the voice actors for Princess Zelda and Revali who worked on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild were in attendance as guests.

What Marcel & Nerea Actually Said About Dubbing Breath of the Wild 2

Around the 17:35 minute mark of the Podcast, Marcel Navarro (Revali) let slip about the second part but isn’t sure if he can say if it has been dubbed or not (It is assumed that he is talking about the Sequel for Breath of the wild). Nerea Alfonso (Princess Zelda) quickly interjects that whether or not the second part has been dubbed, they couldn’t say. Marcel then went on to say ironically that he couldn’t remember if the second part is dubbed or not and everyone starts laughing.

Dubbing Breath of the Wild 2

I have verified this information myself as someone who speaks Spanish and has lived in Spain for over 17 years. I also had my partner who is native Spanish verify what is said and clarify if I misinterpreted anything. She can confirm that what I have previously stated is indeed correct and that there is nothing concrete in what was said.

Having interviewed voice actors before, I know that they are under strict NDA’s that prohibit them from saying anything about the work they have done (unless they have written permission from their employer). They may come across as aloof but they really can’t talk about some projects or may only digress certain details. As much as we want the sequel of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to be in its finishing stages, Nintendo themselves will let us know more details about the game and its release date when they are ready.

If you would like to hear the podcast for yourselves, feel free to click on the source link below.

Source: Un Café con Nintendo (Podcast)

 

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This post was written by Mike Scorpio

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