Hogwarts legacy voice-over talent revealed

Hogwarts legacy voice-over talent revealed

Hogwarts legacy voice-over talent revealed

Find out more about some of the well-known voice actors coming to WB Avalanche’s Hogwarts Legacy with the latest game video.

Actor Simon Pegg (Hot Fuzz) will play the cantankerous Phineas Nigellus Black, who serves as the headmaster of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. With a background showing long Slytherin ancestry, Headmaster Black has a negative reputation among the students at that school – which he shares equally.

Other talents coming into play include Sebastian Croft and Amelia Gething, who play the two language options for the game’s playable avatar. This avatar is highly customizable, allowing players to become the witch or wizard of their dreams.

Lesley Nicol will voice Gryffindor Professor Matilda Weasley, Kandace Caine will play Professor Onai, Satyavati Shah will be voiced by Sohm Kapila, and Luke Youngblood will play Lee Jordan.
Find out more with the trailer below:

The Legacy of Headmaster Black | The Legacy of Hogwarts (Simon Pegg Reveal)

The game will be released on February 10th for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

Source: press release

Hogwarts legacy voice-over talent revealed

Find out more about some of the well-known voice actors coming to WB Avalanche’s Hogwarts Legacy with the latest game video.

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