‘Final Fantasy XIV’ players hold vigils for ‘Heavensward’ voice actor Stephen Critchlow

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Critchlow’s voice work includes “Xenoblade Chronicles 2”, “Killzone 3”, as well as radio episodes of “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood”.

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FINAL FANTASY XIV The player is voicing for Stephen Critchlow, a voice actor. to heaven, who passed away recently. The actor was 54 years old, and his acting talents extended to film, theatre, radio and audio drama.

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The news of Critchlow’s passing was first shared on 19 September by big finish, a production company with which he worked on dozens of audio dramas.

Critchlow was from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England, and graduated from Mountview Drama School in London in 1990. His career includes voice roles doctor whohandjob Archer, And torchwood, as well as on screen in film and television, including Kenneth Williams: Fantabulosa!handjob Downton Abbey, And coronation road.

His voice work also extended to video games, including popular titles such as The Witcher 2handjob world of Warcrafthandjob killzone 3, And xenoblade chronicles 2. However, his most famous video game role is as the English voice of Count Edmont de Fortemps. FINAL FANTASY XIV‘s to heaven Vistaar, who also acted as the narrator of the expansion.

players everywhere FINAL FANTASY XIVK servers are gathering outside Fortemps Manor to pay their respects, with some busy servers lining the street, while others quietly gathered around the entrance in a circle while lighting candles to represent For sitting in front of the campfire.

Earlier this year, FINAL FANTASY XIV The community also used the game to hold a memorial to pay tribute to Kentaro Miura, the creator of the dark fantasy manga series. fearless, who also died at the age of 54.

FINAL FANTASY XIV Producer and director Naoki Yoshida responded to these players’ tributes, thanking them, saying, “It shows how much people have got from Miura and his artwork. It was heartwarming to see the impact he had on the players.” I also want to thank the players for taking the time to accept this.”

Square Enix has confirmed that FINAL FANTASY XIV The Tokyo Game Show will take place in 2021, with a dedicated showcase to share “a lot of news” on the future of the game. The panel is set to air online on 3 October.

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