Last Labyrinth announces Stefanie Joosten as lead voice actress

Virtual reality escape-the-room game due out in spring 2019.

Last Labyrinth

Amata K.K. has announced that Stefanie Joosten, who voiced Quiet in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, will voice the mysterious girl Katia in the upcoming virtual reality escape-the-room game Last Labyrinth.

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Voice of Katia

After previously showcasing a special demo version of Last Labyrinth at the Tokyo Game Show 2018, it has been announced that Katia, the mysterious girl who helps players in the game, will be voiced by none other than Stefanie Joosten. Players might recall that Katia was silent throughout the demo, but now it has been revealed that not only does she have a voice, but it will be that of the international model, actress and singer.

Comments from Stefanie

“It’s a huge honor to be part of Last Labyrinth. When I first played the demo, I immediately felt completely sucked into its mysterious world. It lets you experience virtual reality in a way I have never seen before. I think it will be a completely new experience to players worldwide.”

About Stefanie Joosten

Stefanie Joosten is a Dutch model, actress, voice-actress and singer. Born and raised in the Netherlands, she moved to Japan as a student in Japanese studies. Stefanie gained success as a commercial model and actress in Japan after her studies and saw an international breakthrough in her career when she was chosen as the voice, likeness and motion capture of Quiet, the main female character in the latest instalment of the immensely popular Metal Gear Solid video game series by Hideo Kojima: Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain (2015). She also made her debut as a singer by performing the theme song “Quiet’s Theme” for her character in the game, which she performed live at The Game Awards in LA.

Being able to fluently speak Japanese and English besides her native tongue Dutch, Stefanie has a unique set of skills that attracted thousands of fans from all around the world that follow her on social media. Stefanie recently starred in films productions in Europe such as Le Retour Sur Soi-Même, Transit 17, and Hostage X. Recently she has once again been chosen to be the model and voice of a new video game character, this time in the shooter-adventure game Spacelords from Spanish developer MercurySteam. Stefanie is currently mostly traveling between Europe and Asia and is scheduled to work on various film and video game productions yet to be announced.

About Last Labyrinth

An escape-the-room adventure game that can only be experienced in virtual reality, Last Labyrinth was created specifically for the virtual reality age. Players must work to escape a mansion full of hidden dangers with a mysterious girl that appears before them. The full version will receive a multi-platform, worldwide release (download only) in spring of 2019.

Last Labyrinth will launch as a digital-only title for PlayStation VR and PC (HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Windows Mixed Reality Headset) worldwide in spring 2019.

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