Wolf & Wood, Oiffy and Wired Productions have announced two new members for the voice cast of The Last Worker, their upcoming comedic narrative adventure. Those actors are Zelda Williams (The Legend of Korra) and Tommie Earl Jenkins (Death Stranding), who will be joining an already star studded cast. The announcement comes with a new trailer, which you can check out at the top of the page.
The actual story of The Last Worker is unclear at the minute, though it promises to be a thought-provoking journey as you control the titular last worker in a world becoming too heavily reliant on automation. The cast already boasts the likes of Jason Isaacs (The Death of Stalin, Star Trek: Discovery), Ólafur Darri Ólafsson (The Deep, The Tourist), Clare-Hope Ashitey (Children of Men, Top Boy) and David Hewlett (The Shape of Water).
In a press release regarding the announcement, Zelda Williams said the following: “Who would’ve thought a casual conversation on Twitter in the middle of a global pandemic would somehow lead us here? I’ll be forever grateful that Jörg saw fit to send another battle-weary warrior woman my way, and it was a joy to lend her my voice.”
Jörg Tittel, writer and director at Oiffy for The Last Worker, added: “Working with such a stellar cast would be miraculous enough on a major feature film or series, but to have such world class actors lend their talent to an indie game must make me the luckiest man alive. But ultimately this game has been an equaliser, with every team member pouring heart and soul into every minute detail. No matter how dystopian they want to make the real world, ours at least will be full of colour and crafted with love.”
The Last Worker is set to launch in 2022 on PC via Steam, EGS and GOG, Meta Quest 2, PS5, Xbox Series X | S and Nintendo Switch.
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