New Final Fantasy 15 Video Shows Off the Voice Actors

Meet the voice actors who are bringing the long-awaited RPG's characters to life.

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Now Playing: Final Fantasy XV - The English Voice Cast Trailer

After announcing Final Fantasy XV's delay last week, Square Enix released a 50-minute gameplay trailer for the highly anticipated RPG. Now, the publisher has posted another new video for the game, this one focusing on the English voice actors who bring the game's characters to life.

In the video, the voice actors behind the characters Noctics, Ignis, Prompto, Gladio, King Regis, Lunafreya, Ardyn, and Aranea talk about their character's personalities and the recording process. Some of the actors, including Darin De Paul (Ardyn), voice characters for Final Fantasy XV and the movie, Kingsglaive.

Final Fantasy XV Voice Cast:

  • Ray Chase – Noctis
  • Adam Croasdell – Ignis
  • Robbie Daymond – Prompto
  • Chris Parson – Gladio
  • Jim Pirri – King Regis
  • Amy Shiels – Lunafreya
  • Darin De Paul – Ardyn
  • Kari Wahlgren - Aranea

Final Fantasy XV, which has been in development for about a decade, was originally set to come out in September on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. However, Square Enix just recently delayed the game to November 29. GameSpot recently spoke with director Hajime Tabata, who provided more details on the delay and what the extra development time allows the team to achieve. You can read our interview here.

The tie-in movie, Kingsglaive, came to select theaters on August 19. It features the voices of actors like Sean Bean (The Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones), Aaron Paul (Breaking Bad, Need for Speed), and Lena Headey (Game of Thrones, 300). For more, read GameSpot's review and what other critics are saying.

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