Global interactive entertainment company miHoYo, known for their global IP Honkai Impact, revealed its Japanese voiceover line-up for brand new open-world action title Genshin Impact, which just took a curtain call for its successful debut on Tokyo Game Show 2019 at both the PlayStation and miHoYo booths respectively.
Multiple Japanese voiceover artists including Yuuki Aoi, Ono Kenshō, Tanaka Rie and Hayami Saori, etc. who being familiar to many through their contributions on various game and animation series, joined the execution of dubbing to provide excellent Japanese voice-overs for Genshin Impact’s 13 characters that players going to encounter in-game. Genshin Impact, as an open-world action title, highlights its features as a free-explored world, multiple playable characters, elemental combo-based combat system, availability in both single & multiplayer modes. Incredibly talented voice artists Yuuki Aoi, Ono Kenshō, Tanaka Rie and Hayami Saori, etc. tackled passionate and precise voice-over execution to provide texture and personality to 13 distinct characters, combing with the plot, game-interaction, background music and even sounds effects, Genshin Impact aims to deliver the immediate feeling of an immersive gameplay experience. If you have not seen my article on Genshin Impact yet, I would just suggest reading that article to learn more about the game.
Here are the voiceover artists for Genshin Impact thus far:
Horie Shun, who was the voice of Linhardy from Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Shun voices the Traveler.
Yuuki Aoi, who played Futaba Sakura from Persona 5 Royal, Sayaka Natori from Your Name and Kayo Hinazuki from Erased. Yuuki will also be voicing the Traveler.
Koga Aoi, who played Heroine-ppoi hito in Fruits Basket and the Avatar in Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi Striker. Koga will be voicing Paimon.
Iwami Manaka, who voiced Tohru Honda in the Fruits Basket remake and Ingrid from Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Manaka will be voicing Amber
Saitou Chiwa, who voiced SO many things but people may best know her for voicing Sombra from Overwatch, Alicia Rue from Sword Art Online and Azami from Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Chiwa will be voicing Jean.
Kito Akari, who is known for voicing a High-School Girl in Sword Art Online, Hass from SSSS. Gridman and Hiromi Sugita from Erased. Akari will voice Barbara.
Ono Kensho, who voiced Giorno Giovana from JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Floch from Attach on Titan and Tomohiro from A Silent Voice. Kensho will be voicing Diluc.
Toriumi Kousuke, who voiced Yuri Lowell from Tales of Vesperia, Kiba Inuzuka from Boruto: Naruto Next Generations and Junpei Iori from Persona 3.Kousuke will be voicing Kaeya.
Tanaka Rie, who voiced Lacus Clyne from Mobile Suit Gundam Seed Destiny, Nohime from Nioh and Morrigan Aensland from Project X Zone. Rie will be voicing Lisa, who is the best waifu.
Murase Ayumu, who is known for voicing Sean from Street Fighter 5, Dream Boy from Ni no Kuni 2, Revenant Kingdom and Gordin from Fire Emblem Heroes. Ayumu will be voicing Venti.
Ozawa Ari, who voiced Lilina, Fae and Serra from the Japanese version of Fire Emblem Heroes and Sheba from Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Ari will be voicing Xiangling.
Hayami Saori, who is known for voicing Hsien-Ko from Project X Zone, Shoko Nishimiya from A Silent Voice and Kyrie from Devil May Cry 5. Saori will be voicing Kamisato Ayaka.
Uchiyama Koki, who voiced the young Samuel Drake from Uncharted 4, V from Devil May Cry 5 and Daryl Yan from Guilty Crown. Koki will be voicing Razor.
As Genshin Impact unveiling its lineup on Japanese voiceover artists, more details on other language voice-overs will be released by later of this year. Stay tuned to Critical Strike for more updates for Genshin Impact as they roll out and be sure to follow miHoYo on Twitter for further information.