Attack on Titan Cast Goes Gacha With Genshin Impact Casting


Since its debut on various platforms in 2020, Genshin Impact has taken the gaming world by storm. This free-to-play "gacha" title offers players a vast array of characters to collect as they immerse themselves in a world of magic and mystery. While Genshin Impact has not yet witnessed a crossover with Attack on Titan, as Fortnite recently has, it has enlisted several voice actors from the anime series to breathe life into some of its major characters.

Genshin Impact is gearing up to introduce a fresh expanse to its ever-expanding environment known as "Fontaine." While the exact release date for this update has not been disclosed, many players speculate that it may arrive later this year. In addition to unveiling new landscapes for exploration, Genshin Impact will introduce new playable characters for collection, some of whom will be voiced by familiar talents from the Scout Regiment. Although Genshin Impact has not yet delved into crossovers with major anime properties, its distinctive art style draws inspiration from the medium. Furthermore, the game has an anime adaptation in the works, further expanding its reach and appeal.

Attack on Genshin Impact

The Japanese voice cast of Genshin Impact features a notable lineup of Attack on Titan veterans who will be lending their voices to the game. Yui Ishikawa, Hiro Shimono, Daisuke Ono, and Hiroshi Kamiya, known for their roles as Mikasa, Conny, Erwin, and Levi respectively, will be part of the upcoming Fontaine expansion. With Genshin Impact's player base continuing to grow, it raises the possibility of a potential anime crossover in the future, similar to what we've seen with Fortnite.

As Attack on Titan approaches its conclusion later this year, it comes as no surprise to see its voice cast expanding their resumes. Studio MAPPA recently released a new trailer offering fans a first look at the series finale of this intense anime adaptation. As the anime aims to faithfully depict the original ending of the manga, MAPPA has the challenging task of bringing the Scout Regiment's story to a satisfying conclusion in the coming months.

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