Final Fantasy XV is almost here and to celebrate the impending release, Square Enix has revealed the official English voice cast for the game.

Made up of Square Enix veterans and newcomers alike, the lineup of voice talent shows just how unique a performance those actors can provide. The announcement was made through a Square Enix blog entry, and showcases a special graphic that mirrors the initial character lineup poster.

Some of the characters’ voices will differ from those in the upcoming animated film, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV. In the video game, Ray Chase (Xenoblade Chronicles X and Killer Instinct) will star as Noctis, Amy Shiels (Call of Duty: Black Ops and the Twin Peaks revival) as Luna, and Jim Pirri (Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst) as  King Regis.

Adam Croasdell (Middle Earth: Shadows of Mordor) will be playing the support character Ignis, with Robbie Daymond (Sailor Moon) as Prompto and Chris Parson (Overwatch) as Gladio. Matt Mercer (Fallout 4) will also be making his appearance as Cor, while Kari Walgreen will be voicing the role of Aranea.

Finally, Darin De Paul (Star Wars: The Old Republic) is the only voice actor to cross both the film and the game, as he voices the English version of Ardyn Izunia.

The Square Enix blog entry features a break down of each actors casting process through commentary by the development staff. Fans will be able to chose their favorite interpretations when Final Fantasy XV is released on November 29, for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

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