Square Enix has taken the wraps off of the English voice cast for their highly anticipated new game, Final Fantasy XV. It is interesting to note that the announced cast includes many favourites that have worked with Square Enix and Sony in the past.

Leading the voice cast is Ray Chase (Deus Ex: Mankind Divided) and Jim Pirri (Uncharted 4). Additionally, Square Enix revealed that Robbie Daymond, Adam Croasdell, Chris Parson, Matt Mercer, Kari Wahlgren and Amy Shiels (Call of Duty: Black Ops 3) have also lent their voices to the game. Darin De Paul from the Final Fantasy XV prequel, Kingsglaive, will also feature.

As seen in the embedded video, Kingsglaive voice actor for King Regis, Sean Bean, will not be returning. It is safe to assume that other Kingsglaive stars, Aaron Paul and Lena Heady, will not return to voice their Final Fantasy XV counterparts in the game. However, their participation, or lack thereof, has not been confirmed outright.

Final Fantasy XV will release on 29 November 2016, following a delay. It will be available on Playstation 4 and Xbox One.

[Sources: Square]

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