Sure, Why Not? Where the Water Tastes Like Wine Will Have Sting as a Narrator

That's right, Sting.

In news that could potentially get my mom to finally care about video games, musician Sting (née Gordon Matthew Thomas Summer) will be voice acting in the highly anticipated indie game, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine.

The rockstar joins an all-star cast of voice actors which includes: Melissa Hutchison (The Walking Dead games), Dave Fennoy (The Walking Dead games), Kimberly Brooks (Mass Effect), Cissy Jones (Firewatch), and Elizabeth Maxwell (Persona 5).

We know this because Dim Bulb Games (founded by developer Johnneman Nordhagen) released a new character trailer showcasing the voice talent for the upcoming game.

We highlighted Where the Water Tastes Like Wine in our list of Most Anticipated Indie Games of 2018. The game is based on the myths and folklore of Americana, telling stories written by prominent members of the video game industry.

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is expected sometime early this year, so keep your eyes peeled for this one.

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