Baldur's Gate 3 Astarion Actor Will Appear in Fallout London

Neil Newbon joins Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy from Doctor Who.

Image credit: Larian Studios | Baldur's Gate 3

Fallout: London is one of the biggest mods for Fallout 4, in the making for years now. It's growing every month, providing more content to the game, including new voice actors for its many characters. The latest addition to the cast is Neil Newbon, most known as Baldur’s Gate 3's Astarion, Heisenberg in Resident Evil Village, and Elijah Kamski and Gavin Reed in Detroit: Become Human.

Newbon, who won Best Performance at The Game Awards 2023 and Best Supporting Performer at Golden Joystick Awards for playing Astarion, will be joining other famous actors, including Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy (the sixth and seventh Doctors from Doctor Who) in the DLC-sized mod. It's not clear who will be lucky to bear Newbon's voice, but I'm certainly looking forward to his performance.

This is not the only work opportunity waiting for the actor: according to his X/Twitter, he will also be part of Burned, a "dark comedic film where the witches get to burn back" still in need of funding.

Aside from new actors, the latest progress video shares a look at Fallout: London's gangs and 3D work, polished before the mod's release on April 23.

"As a continuation of the base game, the mod will allow the player to visit the previously unexplored post-apocalyptic environment of London.

As a divergence from previous official titles in the series, Fallout: London is not set in America. Visiting a totally new setting allows us to explore totally new cultures which have not homogenized with their American counterparts. It also allows us to explore pre-war European history, and the effects the Resource Wars had on the class structured society of pre-war Britain."

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