In a recent tweet on their official X account, the makers of Snowbreak: Containment Zone announced that they will no longer provide English voice-overs in the game. The change comes after an extensive evaluation of voice-over preferences and a careful consideration of the optimal gaming experience.
The new content, starting with Version 1.4, will offer only Japanese voice-overs by default, even if you opt for English in the settings. To continue providing the best experience of the game, its makers sought further feedback from players.
The First Look
Seasun Games’ RPG shooter Snowbreak: Containment Zone was released earlier this year. Developed using Unreal Engine 4, the free-to-play game is available for PC, iOS, and Android.
Here is the original reveal of the 3D sci-fi anime game. Have a quick look:
About Snowbreak: Containment Zone
Set in the year 2057, the game shows a world under attack by colossal humanoid beings called Titans, who are responsible for widespread destruction. An unusual snow-like substance with polluting properties has started wreaking havoc.
To contain this mysterious snowfall, a corporation called Yggdrasil constructs a wall around the affected area, known as Area Zero, and seals it off. A specialized unit called Heimdall was soon established to combat the Titans and prevent the spread of the snow-like substance.
Here is the game’s character trailer with an English voice-over featuring an ensemble of waifus that you can root for:
The video releases showcase the base where you get to enjoy the company of all the waifus. They also reveal the cover system at the foundation of combat.
In the latest version of the game, Japanese voice actor Chiwa Saito introduces the character Ji Chenxing. You may be familiar with her already from her roles as Jean in Genshin Impact, Patty Fleur inTales of Vesperia, Elaine Auclair in The Legend of Heroes: Kuro no Kiseki, and Imu in the Senran Kaguraseries. You can check out the hit gacha game here on the App Store.