Genshin Impact Reveals Skirk's Voice Actors: A Closer Look at the Cast
Genshin Impact fans were in for a treat during the recent Version 4.2 special livestream, as HoYoverse unveiled the highly anticipated character, Skirk. The character's introduction came as part of the final act of Fontaine's archon quest titled "Masquerade of the Guilty," which is set to release on 8th November. To add to the excitement, we now know the talented voice actors who will be bringing Skirk to life in various languages.
Skirk’s Remarkable Voice Cast Across Multiple Languages
Cat Protano - The Voice of Skirk in English
Cat Protano is set to lend her voice to Skirk for the English version of Genshin Impact. She is no stranger to the gaming and anime industry and has an impressive portfolio of work. Notably, she has previously voiced Setaria in the Sumeru arc and Pain-Grocer in a limited event in Inazuma.
Cat Protano's notable works include voicing Ohara in "Pokemon: Paldean Wings," Nanako Tamasaki in "Gal Guardians," Sachie Kaibara in "PuraOre!," and Isabel and Idol Flower in "NIKKE: Goddess of Victory."
Mamiko Noto - The Voice of Skirk in Japanese
Mamiko Noto, a seasoned voice actress, takes on the role of Skirk in the Japanese version of Genshin Impact. With over 300 roles to her name, Noto is a veteran in the industry, and her rich vocal range has graced numerous beloved characters in anime and video games.
Her impressive resume includes roles in renowned titles like "Hell's Paradise," "Re: Zero," "Gangsta," "Akame ga Kill," "Fate: Grand Order," and "Hell Girl," among many others. Some of her well-known characters include Catherine in "Catherine: Full Body," Euclase in "Land of the Lustrous," Ai Enma in "Hell Girl," and Anna Liebert in "Monster."
Xie Ying - The Voice of Skirk in Chinese
Xie Ying, known for her work as the Chinese voice actor for Keqing in Genshin Impact, will also be taking on the role of Skirk in the Chinese version of the game. Her experience extends beyond Genshin Impact, as she has voiced characters in different HoYoverse titles including Bronya in "Honkai Star Rail," and Raven in "Honkai Impact 3rd."
Seo Dahye - The Voice of Skirk in Korean
For Korean players of Genshin Impact, Seo Dahye will be the voice behind Skirk. Seo Dahye has been active in the industry since joining KBS in 2015 and has worked on multiple radio dramas. Her experience includes voicing characters like Qingque in "Honkai Star Rail," Nina in "The Stolen Princess," and Jellymon in "Digimon Ghost Game," among others.
With a diverse and talented cast of voice actors bringing Skirk to life in different languages, Genshin Impact players around the world can look forward to experiencing the character's unique personality and story in their preferred language. The addition of such accomplished voice actors only adds to the excitement surrounding the upcoming 4.2 update.