ATLUS has shared the latest trailer for Shin Megami Tensei V, giving us our first listen of the English dub and revealing the voice talent featured in the game.

The game, which launches both digitally and physically on Switch on 12th November, will have you exploring the expansive world of post-apocalyptic Tokyo. You'll bump into a wide cast of characters along the way, so let's go ahead and meet them:

The trailer reveals the voice talents of:

- Jeannie Tirado as Tao Isonokami
- Mark Whitten as Yuzuru Atsuta
- Ashlyn Madden as Miyazu Atsuta
- Stuart Allan as Ichiro Dazai
- Sean Crisden as Hayao Koshimizu
- Cissy Jones as Abdiel
- Ben Lepley as Shohei Yakumo
- Laura Post as Nuwa
- Daman Mills as Aogami

Fans can also look forward to the voice talents of:

- Casey Mongillo as Protagonist
- Erica Lindbeck as Sahori Itsukishima
-Kellen Goff as Lahmu
- Chris Hackney as Fionn mac Cumhaill
- Deva Marie as Amanozako

You can pre-order the game from the Switch eShop as we speak, or in physical form from the likes of Amazon, GameStop and Best Buy. We'll leave you with this official synopsis, and feel free to check out this gameplay and story trailer to see more:

When a grisly murder scene in modern-day Tokyo blocks our protagonist’s walk home, an unplanned detour leaves him buried and unconscious.

He awakens in a new Tokyo, a wasteland ravaged by apocalypse now called Da’at...but before bloodthirsty demons can claim his life, a savior emerges, and they unite to become a mighty being neither human nor demon: a Nahobino.

With newfound power, the protagonist ventures through Da’at, an enigmatic realm filled with mythical deities and demonic tyrants in constant conflict for survival. Searching for answers, the protagonist must forge his own path in a battle between light and dark to dictate the fate of the world.

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