‘Soul Hackers 2’ English Voice Cast Revealed

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‘Soul Hackers 2’ is the upcoming sequel to the RPG ‘Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers’ from the video game developers Atlus. The video game is set to be released worldwide for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on August 26, 2022. While the Japan voice cast was revealed prior, Atlus recently released the English dub cast for a North American release.

Crunchyroll revealed the cast on their website:

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  • Ringo – Megan Harvey (Scarlet Nexus, Sound! Euphonium The Movie – Our Promise: A Brand New Day)
  • Figue – Erica Mendez (Hunter x Hunter, Konosuba)
  • Arrow – Zach Aguilar (Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero, Demon Slayer)
  • Milady – Erica Lindbeck (Re: Zero, Persona 5)
  • Saizo – Griffin Puatu (Tokyo Revengers, To Your Eternity)

They added, “Arrow’s mentor, Raven, will be voiced by Edward Bosco. Chris Hackney will voice Arrow’s killer, Kaburagi. Sarah Williams is the voice for Jack Frost, and Patrick Seitz will be reprising his role as Victor from 2013’s Devil Summoner: Soul Hackers.”

You can watch the trailer below:

According to their official website, ‘Soul Hackers 2’ is a turned-based RPG where players have to use special weapons and abilities to battle interdimensional creatures known as “demons.” You can also use a feature called the “soul hack” to help possessed humans from going crazy.

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Wikipedia describes the synopsis as follows,

“Soul Hackers 2 takes place in the 21st century and is set during a war between the Yatagarasu and the Phantom Society, two opposing factions of Devil Summoners. The story follows two supernatural “Aion” beings named Ringo and Figue, who descend into the human world from their birthplace in the data stream of information, in order to avert a cataclysmic event that they predict will doom humanity.”

The game is the fifth installment of the ‘Devil Summoner’ video game franchise which itself is part of the Megami Tensei produced by SEGA games.


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