Asobo Studio has revealed A Plague Tale: Innocence voice actors Charlotte McBurney and Logan Hannan are reprising their roles for next month's sequel, and will be joined by talent who have lent their voices to Bloodborne and the Netflix TV series Heartstopper. McBurney is once again Amicia while Hannan plays the role of younger brother Hugo.
Joining the cast is Kit Connor as Lucas and Lucy Briggs-Owen as Amicia and Hugo's mother Beatrice. Both of these characters were part of the first game and had different voice actors, meaning Edan Hayhurst and Katherine Pageon haven't reprised their roles. Their voices will sound a bit different in A Plague Tale: Requiem as a result.
Briggs-Owen voiced one of the female protagonists in Bloodborne, plays Queen Victoria in Civilization VI, and has also appeared in Dark Souls III. Her credits also include Holby City, Call the Midwife, and Midsomer Murders. Meanwhile, Connor had his breakout role in Netflix TV show Heartstopper, but has also appeared in Rocketman and Ready Player One.
Due to release for PS5 on 18th October 2022, the game has already gone gold and a lengthy gameplay walkthrough can be viewed through the link. Is A Plague Tale: Requiem on your wishlist? Let us know in the comments below.