Later on, Fire Emblem: Three Houses will get a fix to totally replace the male hero’s voice. That is on the grounds that Nintendo has chosen to re-record Male Byleth’s lines after a few allegations of abusive conduct against his voice entertainer, Chris Niosi, surfaced over the previous week. A few people additionally blamed him for tending to break NDAs. Niosi’s credits incorporate other anime and computer game titles, including Mob Psycho 100, Octopath Traveler, Pokémon, and Sailor Moon.
He was at that point replaced by Zach Aguilar (One Punch Man, Hunter X Hunter) for a similar job in the mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes. For some time, however, it wasn’t clear in the event that he was additionally going to be replaced in the most recent entry to the Fire Emblem establishment until Nintendo of America told a few outlets in an announcement:
“After assessing the situation, we decided to re-record the character’s voiceovers in Fire Emblem: Three Houses and Fire Emblem Heroes with another actor. The new voiceovers will be included in a future patch.”
Niosi distributed expression of remorse on Tumblr after his latest ex got him out for all the psychological mistreatment she experienced. In the post, he admitted to “horribly mistreat[ing] and abus[ing] friends, colleagues and even [his] significant others.”
It doesn’t sound like Nintendo plans to pull the game from racks like what Sega did with Judgment in Japan tailing one of its voice entertainers’ capture. Ryu ga Gotoku Studios, all things considered, needed to totally replace his character’s model in the game. All things considered, it’s not by any means clear if Aguilar will likewise supplant Niosi in Three Houses. As of this composition, however, his IMDB page says he’s voicing the male form of the customizable hero in the game, also.