Gato Studio has revealed some of the big hitting names that will be part of the cast for its upcoming fantasy RPG The Waylanders, which is set to be released on Steam’s Early Access program in the summer. Among the cast list is Amber Rose Revah who many will recognise as Dinah Madani from the Netflix Punisher series. In the Waylanders, she plays the part of Nazhedja, This Immortal Seer, who can see the past and future except that of the main character.
Joining Amber Rose Revah is Simon Templeman. Simon has starred in titles such as Legacy of Kain, Star Wars: The Old Republic, Dragon Age: Origins, and Dead Space 3. In The Waylanders, he will take the role of the master druid Amergin. Rosalind Eleazar will star as necromancer Khaldun, who is part of a noble family. Rosalind has been in films and shows such as The Personal Life of David Copperfield, Harlots, and Death in Paradise. Colin Salmon takes the role of Berath, an immortal professor and dangerous Pathfinder. Colin has been in Arrow, Krypton, Mortal Engines, and Sofia the First. Lisa Jacobs will star as the warrior Delba, who lives underground with her people. Lisa has been in The Attic: The Hiding of Anne Frank and in a number of stage productions. Sara Kestelman joins the cast as veteran commander Brigg. Sara has been a lot of TV shows and plays, but game players will recognise her as Kreia from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic Part II: The Sith Lords.
The Waylanders is a game about time travelling through two different eras, and those are Medieval and Celtic. Traversing through these times players will make choices that affect how society is ruled, and by who. Here’s the blurb:
You discover, because you have been untethered from time, that you are able to travel between the Celtic and Medieval eras. Things look pretty different in Galicia under Christianity than they did under Celtic rule. Where are your immortal allies now, and what has become of the souls of your mortal friends, reincarnated? Could the corrupt magicks that interfered during your meeting with the Tuatha have led to the destruction of all the Celtic world held dear? Or was a larger force of politics and religion at fault- or, perhaps, to thank for the changes the world has experienced?
Source: Press Release