Warner Bros. Games and Avalanche Software have revealed the voice talent behind the upcoming video game Hogwarts Legacy.
Various characters in Hogwarts Legacy have now been given their own voices by known actors and actresses. These include very popular actors from Hollywood, which will make this video game have a star-studded cast.
The first is actor Simon Pegg who will voice Phineas Nigellus Black, the Headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. He comes from a long lineage of Slytherins, Headmaster Black is hated by his students.
Sebastian Croft and Amelia Gething will play the two voice options for the game’s playable avatar. It will be highly customized, which enables players to choose the witch or wizard they want to be.
Lesley Nicol plays a key character in the game, Professor Matilda Weasley. She comes from Gryffindor, she is the Deputy Headmistress of Hogwarts who helps the player in catching up with the other students by giving them the Wizard’s Field Guide and showing them the Room of Requirement.
Kandace Caine will play Professor Onai who was once a Divination teacher at Uagadou, the largest wizarding school in the world. She is also a gifted Seer whose faith in her sight was shaken after a particular situation happened.
Sohm Kapila voices Professor Satyavati Shah, the professor of Astronomy. She is devoted to the sciences and was raised in the Muggle world.
Luke Youngblood voices Everett Clopton, a Ravenclaw and a half-blood underachieving rule-breaker and prankster. Ravenclaw student Mahendra Pehlwaan is voiced by Asif Ali. He is muggle born and an avid rule-keeper.
Jason Anthony will voice two characters here, the Nearly Headless Nick and the Sorting Hat.
Hogwarts Legacy launches on February 10, 2023 on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.
Source: Press Release