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Evil West Voice Actors and Cast


evil west voice actors and cast

Evil West, a recent release of multiplayer shooter video game which became available on November 22, 2022, is getting hype every minute. Here we will discuss its cast and actors. This game is literally everything you would want in a game. Vampires, western aesthetics, and monster hunting cowboys.

As you can see below in Derek Hagen’s tweet, he claims he has played the role of a voice actor in Evil West.

Derek Hagen is originally from London, England. Here are some of the roles that he has played before in other games as voice actor.

Voice of Jesse Rentier in EvilWest.

Voice of Schaeffer in Division 2.

Voice of Midas in Ghost Recon game.

Senior Writers that contributed in Evil West

Maria Borys-Piatowska

Michal Galek

Haris Orkin

Rafal Praszalek

Aleksander Sajnach (narrative lead)

Evil West developers and publisher

Evil West is a third-person shooter video game published by Focus Entertainment and developed by Flying Wild Hog. The game will be available for Windows, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S on November 22, 2022.

Evil West game interesting facts

According to Flying Wild Hog, a regular playthrough of Evil West will take about 10-15 hours.

Evil West is not available on Game Pass. As a result, the only way to play the game is to purchase it from the Microsoft Store on PC or Xbox and play it there.

Players will handle the gunslinger and vampire hunter Jesse Rentier in Evil West, which also features an intriguing array of characters.

There is no crossplay in Evil West. During a recent developer stream, Tomasz Gop and Andre Golebski from Flying Wild Hog answered a question about the popular feature, saying that they didn’t have enough time to implement crossplay for all platforms.

Is Evil West Multiplayer?

Yes evil west is a multiplayer game and you can play it with your friends in a group or alone.

Other characters names in Evil West Game

Mr. William Rentier, Jesse, Edgar, James Harrow (the people’s hero)