Gotham Knights Reveals Its Voice Cast

These are the people portraying Gotham's biggest heroes.

Posted By | On 03rd, Sep. 2020

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Gotham Knights is going to be putting the spotlight on a lot of characters, with its four main Batfamily members acting as the leading protagonists, and plenty of villains and supporting characters are playing a role. But who exactly are the people who will be portraying these beloved characters? Recently, through a series of tweets via the game’s official Twitter page, the developers confirmed some of the voice cast for Gotham Knights’ main characters.

Batgirl (Barbara Gordon) is played by America Young, Nightwing (Dick Grayson) is played by Christopher Sean, Robin (Tim Drake) is played by Sloane Morgan Siegel, while Red Hood (Jason Todd) is played by Stephen Oyoung. Meanwhile, Alfred is voiced by Gildart Jackson. 

Then there’s the Batman himself, who’s supposed to be dead in Gotham Knights (or so the developers want us to believe), but will still have at least a brief role in the game (if the reveal trailer is anything to go by). The actor portraying Batman / Bruce Wayne is Michael Antonakos (you might know him as Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Alexios). 

Gotham Knights is due out for the PS5, Xbox Series X, PS4, Xbox One, and PC some time in 2021.

The developers of the game recently revealed plenty of new information about it, from its combat to the several factions you will be going up against in Gotham. Meanwhile, they have also confirmed that Gotham Knights is not going to be a live service game, nor will it have any level-gating, in spite of being an action-RPG.


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