Batman: Arkham Knight Voice Cast Revealed
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment revealed on May 7th the voice actors behind the biggest characters of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Some have not changed since the first two games - Kevin Conroy is coming back as the Batman, Tara Strong will be Harley Quinn, Nolan North is the voice of The Penguin and Troy Baker will be voicing Two-Face.
New voices will be heard in Batman: Arkham Knight, among which fans of AMC's Breaking Bad and/or Better Call Saul will be able to recognize Jonathan Banks' voice behind Commissioner James Gordon. Twilight saga actress Ashley Greene will be voicing Barbara Gordon, the police commissioner's daughter. John Noble from Sleepy Hollow and Fringe is Scarecrow, and Scott Porter from Hart of Dixie is voicing Nightwing.
<iframe style="display: block; margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/tbg9Bqsvifg" frameborder="0" width="560" height="315" />
The actor who will be voicing Batman's main nemesis, The Arkham Knight, has yet to be revealed.
Who is Batgirl?
We have announced the release of the DLC allowing gamers to play as Batgirl, but people keep asking about her character, and who is behind it. To answer the question, game director Sefton Hill tweeted:
As a few of you have asked about the DLC, "who is Batgirl?" I can confirm it is indeed Barbara Gordon.
— Sefton Hill (@Seftonhill) 5 Mai 2015
The Dark Knight's adventure continues June 23rd on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.