Dying Light 2: Stay Human is the next entry in the Dying Light franchise. It’s set to finally release on Friday, 4th February, and fans are eagerly awaiting their chance to play. The second game in the franchise is set 20 years after the events of the first game, where players took on the role of the main protagonist Kyle Crane, voiced by Roger Craig Smith. Kyle Crane is no longer the protagonist, though, as that job falls to Aiden Caldwell.
Aiden Caldwell is thrust into the world of a place called the City. This is a similar location to Harran, the city from the first Dying Light. There are zombies at every turn, large highrises and a ton of places to perfect your parkour skills. However, aside from the gameplay, fans are asking who voices the main character they’ll be traversing around the City within Dying Light 2.
Aiden Caldwell voice actor in Dying Light 2
The voice actor for Aiden Caldwell in Dying Light 2: Stay Human is Jonah Scott. Scott is known for his voice performances in different anime series, ranging back to 2019. He’s also been in one film, We Couldn’t Become Adults, where he voiced the English version for the main role.
Video game fans might know Scott from The Elder Scrolls Online, though. He voices Count Verandis Ravenwatch in the MMO, a vampire who is a friend to you in the Rivenspire storyline.
Dying Light 2: Stay Human is Scott’s first main role in a video game, however. Players will undoubtedly get a front-row seat to his performance in the game, as Aiden Caldwell should have a large amount of dialogue throughout the main story.
The sequel to the original Dying Light is bigger in nearly every way. The developers have gone on record saying that players will need to devote over 500 hours to fully complete the game. This is cut down to around 60 if players only participate in the main story once and don’t take on every side quest. Either way, this will give players an exhaustive look at how Scott performs in the lead role of the game.
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