Batman: Arkham Knight has seen the floodgates open as of late with tons of information about the game itself, as well as the highly controversial Season Pass. One area that the Batman: Arkham series has always excelled has been the voice cast and Rocksteady Studios and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have officially revealed who will in fact be voicing some of the main characters in the game, many of which are some very big names.
Kevin Conroy returns to the role yet again in Batman: Arkham Knight, after stepping away for Origins, alongside some of the other big hitters in the gaming industry like Nolan North and Troy Baker as the Penguin and Two-Face respectively. Tara Strong also returns to the Harley Quinn role, which she has owned ever since taking over years ago.
These are only the ones we knew would be around, but there are some Hollywood names that have now been revealed courtesy of a featurette from the official Batman: Arkham Knight YouTube account. The most impressive of the bunch is that of Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul’s own Jonathan Banks as Commissioner Gordon, which seems like a perfect fit for the character. Joining Banks are Twilight’s Ashley Greene as Barbara Gordon/Oracle/Batgirl, Fringe’s John Noble as Scarecrow, and Friday Night Lights’ Scott Porter as Nightwing.
All of these additions are very talented and help to boost the already stellar voice cast to new heights. Look for Batman: Arkham Knight to arrive on June 23 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.