Story has always been a major part of the Metal Gear Solid games, and therefore, great voice actors are always necessary. MGS 4 is coming this fall, and Konami has unveiled the cast for their upcoming blockbuster.
David Hayter will once again return to play the role of Snake, which will probably satisfy most hardcore MGS fans. In fact, fans will likely recognize many of the voices included in the fourth installment of the legendary series, as more than just Hayter are coming back. Quinton Flynn (Raiden), Christopher Randolph (Hal "Otacon" Emmerich), and Paul Eiding (Roy Campbell) will also be lending their services to MGS once again. Hayter probably has the most impressive resume, as he acted as a screenwriter for the first two "X-Men" movies in addition to his Snake acting.
"I couldn't be more excited about this game. What I've seen of Metal Gear Solid 4 has absolutely blown me away," said Hayter. "To bring the focus of the story back to Solid Snake, and to work with Kris Zimmerman and many of the amazing actors that provided iconic voices for the previous games, is like coming home," said Hayter. "I'm so proud and grateful to have been involved with Mr. Kojima as the voice of Snake, for nearly a decade, on this legendary video game series. This game is going to plunge players into the ultimate Metal Gear experience. And personally, I can't wait to play it."
If you're interested in hearing more about the project – and Hayter's work in the game – tune into the Kojima Productions Podcast scheduled for today. Check it out here .
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