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‘Batman Arkham Knight’ voice actor return confirmed by Rocksteady Studios

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The development team at Rocksteady Studios has confirmed a returning voice actor for the upcoming next-generation video game, “Batman Arkham Knight.” According to a report from Gamepur on April 2, the company wished Troy Baker a happy birthday while stating that he will be returning in the sequel.

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The voice actor was previously credited with portraying Robin and Two Face in “Batman Arkham City.” He also took over the role of Joker with “Batman Arkham Origins” after Mark Hamill retired as the main voice behind the infamous villain. In the forthcoming software title, Troy Baker will be reprising his role as Two Face. You can find some screenshots from “Batman Arkham Knight” with the slideshow gallery to the left side of this article and the statement from the development team below:

Happy Birthday to @TroyBakerVA, superstar voice actor & performer returning as Harvey Dent, A.K.A. Two Face in Batman: #ArkhamKnight

Rocksteady Studios previously stated that “Batman Arkham Knight” would be the third and final game of the series to be developed by them. The aforesaid “Batman Arkham Origins” was created by Warner Bros. Games Montreal with Splash Damage crafting its multiplayer mode.

The sequel will only be focusing on the single-player campaign, however, as Rocksteady Studios will be providing a bigger open world setting with Gotham City. The Batmobile will also be drivable for the first time. The upcoming title is due to launch this fall in the North American region for the PC, PS4 and Xbox One gaming platforms.

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