Kingdom Hearts 3 Japanese Version’s Next Update Will Replace Olaf’s Voice

Kingdom Hearts 3 Japanese Version’s Next Update Will Replace Olaf’s Voice

Sega has pulled its Yakuza spin-off Judgment from sale in Japan after voice actor Pierre Taki admitted to illegal drug use.

As reported by Kotaku, investigators arrested Taki after receiving a tip the actor had been using cocaine, and although a search of his property and vehicle proved fruitless, a urine test eventually came back positive.

At the moment of publishing, Taki is now being held in a police station in Koto Ward, as police try and deduce where Taki got the cocaine, and how often he uses it.

The maximum penalty upon conviction for using cocaine in Japan is seven years in prison.

Kingdom Hearts 3 Olaf Voice Actor Being Changed by Square EnixWATCH
Kingdom Hearts 3 Olaf Voice Actor Being Changed by Square EnixWATCH

Further information about the Kingdom Hearts III update, including its contents and release period, will be announced at a later date.

As expected, Square Enix announced today that Pierre Taki's voice will be removed from Kingdom Hearts 3. It's unknown if this is a change that will be reflected in physical shipments of Kingdom Hearts III, however. In Disney's Frozen, Pierre Taki is the Japanese voice of Olaf.

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