Wednesday, October 27th, 2021

Bethesda has purchased a PS5 for Deathloop Voice Actor to allow him to play his game

Bethesda purchased the PlayStation 5 for Jason Kelly in Deathloop after the voice actor told fans that he didn’t have a copy of the game or a console to experience it.

Just as Deathloop was about to launch, a short promotional clip on the game’s official Twitter account featured Jason Kelly, the voice actor for the main character Colt. I would appreciate it if you could get a copy and PlayStation 5. This revealed that Kelly doesn’t own a copy of Deathloop or PlayStation 5 to play it.

Many fans congratulated Kelly for his performance in the game, but Pete Hines, senior vice president of communications for Deathloop Publishing Bethesda, seems to provide a solution to voice actor console-related problems. It looked like. “I can probably help you find you so you can play the PS5,” Hines said in response to the tweet. “You deserve the chance to play as Colt and enjoy your own amazing performance.”

Interview with JumpCut PLAY Since then, it has become clear that Hines has remained faithful to his words. “I made an announcement. I said I was doing a bit and didn’t have it, but Bethesda notified me that the PS5 was available and shipped. So did the game, so I played the game. I play … I’m very excited. “

Some fans may find Bethesda’s decision to give Kelly a PlayStation 5 a bit more interesting, as Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda this year means that the Xbox-only studio bought someone a PS5. ..

Currently only available on PlayStation 5, Deathloop may appear on Xbox in the future. In July, the Deathloop trailer revealed that the game’s monopoly period would end on September 14, 2022. Once released, many fans may want Deathloop to come directly to the Game Pass, which saw a lot of Bethesda- earlier this year. The published game has been added to the collection.

Check the dedicated wiki for more information on Deathloop. Here you can find information about the length of the game and tips and tricks for beginners. Also check out the game reviews.

Jared Moore is a freelance writer for IGN.You can follow him twitter..