Who voices Aiden Caldwell in Dying Light 2?

DYING Light 2 has finally been released after years of gamers patiently waiting.

The second installment of the thrilling video game was originally announced in 2018 and was set to be released two years later, but was delayed due to a series of setbacks.

Who voices Aiden Caldwell in Dying Light 2?

The protagonist in Dying Light 2 will be voiced by American voice actor Jonah Scott, 28.

The seasoned anime and video game narrator bagged the gig for the highly anticipated sequel of the zombie video game.

Scott previously brought the character of Legoshi in Netflix's adaption of Beastars alive, but said voicing Aiden Caldwell was his "dream".

He told NME of his fourth major video game role: "When I finally go into Dying Light 2 the weights come off, it’s time for me to do this first-person action RPG protagonist.

"That’s my dream, I’m so humbled and honoured," Scott said.

"Aiden can’t be all grimdark, because he’s lived in this world for 15 years. This is just how it is for him.

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"He’s experienced remorse, and he’s good at watching people die. It’s just something where he’s got to say, you know, 'I’ll take my 20 seconds and I gotta move on'.

"Unless he’s very much attached to the person of course, but this is just how this world works."

The Twitch streamer and YouTuber also revealed he had physically acted out his voice-over by performing parkour to provide a realistic performance for gamers.

Kentucky-born Scott is best known for his voice work as Bluto in the Pokémon TV series and his role as Randy Orlando in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel series.

Is Kyle Crane in Dying Light 2?

Fans of Dying Light were eager to find out whether former protagonist Kyle Crane makes an appearance in the new game.

After surviving the zombie apocalypse, many expected the heroic government agent to show up in the sequel.

But Kyle was missed off the character list for part two, after developers Techland decided to introduce new competitors that are unrelated to the original game.

However, he may be out of site, but he isn't out of mind.

Some characters discuss Kyle Crane, voiced by Roger Craig Smith in 2015, leaving gamers to make up their own minds about his true fate.

Jonah Scott explained he had taken inspiration from Smith's performance when gearing up to take on the character of Aiden Caldwell.

He explained: "I read a few lines in the similar style that you know, Roger would read as Crane.

"I had a few reads for some special scenarios that are directly inspired from the fun mimetic reads that Roger was able to give."

What is Dying Light 2 about?

Dying Light 2 is the latest installment of the role-playing survival horror game and was released on February 4, 2022.

Developers say to fully complete the sequel, it would require 500 hours of gameplay.

Players are catapulted 15 years in the future from the original game, into a European setting known only as "The City".

Protagonist Aiden Caldwell is on a mission to find his sister Mia, after the siblings were split up by a man called Waltz.

His journey to reunite with his sister takes players through various locations across The City, while exercising his stellar parkour skills.

As nightfalls, gamers are then immersed amongst "the infected" army of zombies Aiden is forced to battle.

Players go head to head with the undead, armed with various weapons including a UV light, axe, and the ability to brutally drop-kick opponents from the roofs of buildings.

By making different decisions, gamers change the state of the game's world and how Aidan is seen by other characters.

The game is available on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S and even Nintendo Switch.

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