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NieR: Automata Anime Is Finally Getting An English Dub

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Anime purists beware, NieR: Automata Ver1.1a, the adaptation of the eponymous game, is finally getting an official English dubbed version, with the first episode premiering on Crunchyroll this same week.The NieR: Automata anime was first released in early January, with the Japanese voice cast comprised of several actors who lent their talents to the beloved title.

Since then, the anime has enjoyed mostly positive reception, though there have been mixed reactions among fans of the franchise, especially after the show took a small 4-week break due to COVID-related production issues.

NieR Automata Ver1.1a Episode 6: 2B Learns The History of Her Original ModelWith NieR: Automata Ver1.1a approaching episode number 8, English-speaking viewers will be happy to hear that the series announced on Twitter it will also release its first fully dubbed entry on Crunchyroll starting March 18.

To make matters more exciting, the anime will feature the same core English voice actors from NieR: Automata. Kira Buckland (2B), Kyle McCarley (9S), Cherami Leigh (A2), Greg Chun (Adam), Ray Chase (Eve), Colleen O'Shaughnessey (YoRHa Commander), DC Douglas (Pod 042), Abby Trott (Pod 153), Alexis Tipton (Pascal) and Cristina Vee (Devola/Popola) will all reprise their respective roles from the game.The cast mimics its Japanese counterpart, where most of the original voice actors were brought back for their roles.

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