Of the many Disney properties that will be receiving some love in Kingdom Hearts 3, one is Big Hero 6. Those who watched and loved the 2014 film will be glad to know that the actors who portrayed some of its main characters will be returning to voice them in the upcoming RPG as well, Square Enix have confirmed via Twitter.
Ryan Potter and Scott Adsit, the voices of Hiro Hamada and Baymax respectively, will reprise their roles. Meanwhile, Khary Payton, Jamie Chung, and Genesis Rodriguez will also be returning to voice Wasabi No-Ginger, Go Go Tomago, and Honey Lemon respectively. Additionally, T.J. Miller has also confirmed on Twitter that he will also be reprising his role as Fred from the film.
Of course, anyone who’s been following Kingdom Hearts 3 (or really, the entire series as a whole) wouldn’t be too surprised by the star-studded cast. Recently, a number of other major actors were confirmed to be returning to voice their iconic roles in the upcoming game. Read more on that through here.
Yesterday at Microsoft’s X018 event, Kingdom Hearts 3 received a brand new trailer, revealing Winnie the Pooh, while a few days before that, a trailer focusing on Tangled’s characters was also released. Kingdom Hearts 3 launches on January 29 for the PS4 and Xbox One.
#BigHero6 powered into theaters on this day in 2014!
— Kingdom Hearts (@KINGDOMHEARTS) November 7, 2018
I am in the video game. Never underestimate my voice… it is everywhere…(ghost noises) https://t.co/dMDNqHaJlP
— t.j. miller (@nottjmiller) November 7, 2018