Fallout 4's lead voice actors have been revealed thanks to an image posted on Twitter by the game's lead designer and writer, Emil Paglarulo.
At E3 last week, Pagliaru posted a picture of Courtenay Taylor and Brian T. Delaney, whow ill be voicing the female and male player characters, respectively. As Bethesda revealed at E3, players will be able to create their own character at the beginning of Fallout 4.
— Emil Pagliarulo (@Dezinuh) June 18, 2015
Taylor has previous experience working in the Fallout universe, voicing Gloria Van Graff, Janet, and Jas Wilkins in Fallout: New Vegas. Her resume also includes work on Mass Effect 3, Diablo 3, and Guild Wars 2. Delaney, meanwhile, has provided "additional voices" in several prominant games including Evolve, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, Titanfall and Battlefield Hardline.
In addition to the fully voiced protagonists, players will also have the choice to roam the post-apocalyptic world with a AI-controlled companion. So far, only a companion German Shepherd has been shown, which game director Todd Howard has already confirmed can't be killed, but Bethesda promises there will be human companions as well.
Announced this week at E3, Fallout 4 is due out on November 10, 2015.