Persona 5’s voice cast has been revealed

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Atlus has some big news for Persona 5 fans, as the publisher has revealed the English voice cast for the game.

Fans of One-Punch Man, Love Live! and even Shin Megami Tensei fans will happy to hear some of their favorite names being part of the series. One interesting name is Matthew Mercer who voiced Kanji Tatsumi in Persona 4 Arena Ultimax and Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth instead of Troy Baker.

Here’s the voice cast:

  • Xander Mobus as the protagonist (Super Smash Bros. announcer)
  • Cassandra Morris as Morgana (Leafa/Kirigaya Suguha in Sword Art Online, Taiga in Toradora!, Elphelt in Guilty Gear Xrd)
  • Max Mittelman as Ryuji Sakamoto (Saitama in One-Punch Man, Hallelujah in SMT IV: Apocolypse)
  • Erika Harlacher as Ann Takamaki (Kyoko Kirigiri in Danganronpa, Erena Todo in Love Live )
  • Matt Mercer as Yusuke Kitagawa (Leon S. Kennedy in Resident Evil 6, Walter in SMT IV)
  • Cherami Leigh as Makoto Niijima (Asuna in Sword Art Online, Sailor Venus/Minako Aino in Sailor Moon)
  • Erica Lindbeck as Futaba Sakura (Misty in Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel, Ema Skye in Ace Attorney series)
  • Xanthe Huynh as Haru Okumura (Hanayo Koizumi in Love Live!, Meruru in Atelier Meruru)
  • Robbie Daymond as Goro Akechi (Prompto Argentum in Final Fantasy XV, Mumen Ride in One-Punch Man, Joe Kido in Digimon Adventure Tri.)

Atlus has also released a new English trailer for the game spotlighting the protagonist while showcasing the English dub for the game.

Atlus will also be releasing interviews with each member of the Persona 5 cast, with the first video featuring Xander Mobus, the voice of Persona 5’s protagonist.

Persona 5 will be released in North America and Europe on February 14, 2016, on the PlayStation 4.

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