See Star Wars Actor Mark Hamill in Star Citizen
Hamill plays a character who goes by the name "Old Man."
The first video of the character Star Wars actor Mark Hamill plays in PC space game Star Citizen has been revealed. Published today as part of a livestream event for the game's Squadron 42 mode, the video shows Hamill's character, Lt. Commander Steve "Old Man" Colton, getting into his ship to go out on a mission.
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Other details about Hamill's character in Star Citizen are not available. This isn't Hamill's first video game role, as he also played The Joker in Rocksteady's Batman: Arkham games.
It's also not the first time he's worked with Star Citizen creator Chris Roberts. Hamill appeared in 1999's Wing Commander, based on the game of the same name that Roberts created.
Hamill is joined in Squadron 42 by other A-list actors like Gary Oldman (The Dark Knight), Andy Serkis (The Lord of the Rings), Gillian Anderson (The X-Files), Ben Mendelsohn (The Dark Knight Rises), and Mark Strong (Kingsman), among others. Even more actors will be announced later.
The crowdfunding campaign for Star Citizen started three years ago. To date, developer Cloud Imperium has raised more than $94 million. A release date for the final version of the game has not been announced, though Squadron 42 is expected to ship in 2016.
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