Genshin Impact anime game English voice cast revealed by miHoYo

Genshin Impact Amber English voice actor confirmed Kelly Baskin

Chinese-based game studio miHoYo is finally revealing who the English voice actors are for the hit anime game Genshin Impact.

Before, the English voice actors had gone uncredited and were kept under NDA for a month after the game released. Now it looks like miHoYo is slowly revealing the English cast through their Twitter.

As of right now (at the time this article is initially posted), only two English cast members have been revealed through the game’s Twitter account. The developers behind the anime game will likely confirm additional voice cast members through this account in upcoming days. However, for some reason, the Indonesian version of the Genshin Impact website reveals more of the English voice actors.

To help you track what has been confirmed, we’ll keep a confirmed English cast list here and also update it as more news comes from miHoYo.

Genshin Impact confirmed English voice cast:

Amber: Kelly Baskin
Jean: Stephanie Southerland
Lisa: Mara Junot
Kaeya: Josey Montana McCoy
Barbara: Laura Stahl
Diluc: Sean Chiplock
Razor: Todd Haberkorn
Venti: Erika Harlacher
Klee: Poonam Basu
Bennet: Christina Vee
Noelle: Laura Faye Smith
Fischl: Brittany Cox
Sucrose: Valeria Rodriguez
Mona: Felicia Angelle
Xiao: Laila Berzins
Beidou: Allegra Clark
Ningguang: Erin Ebers
Xiangling: Jackie Lastra
Zingqiu: Christina Vee
Chongyun: Beau Bridgland
Qiqi: Christie Cate
Keqing: Kay Mills

[Last updated: October 31, 2020]

The action role-playing game exploded in popularity upon its release on September 28, 2020. It gained 17 million downloads in the first four days and also earned $60 million in the first week. It’s currently the biggest global launch of a Chinese game of all time, as a result of its massive success.

Genshin Impact is available now for Windows, PS4, Android, and iOS, with a Nintendo Switch version coming soon.