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First-person narrative adventure The Last Worker has added two more big names to its impressive cast.
Publisher Wired Productions has announced that Zelda Williams & Tommie Earl Jenkins are the latest to join the dystopian story. If you missed the game’s original announcement, you play as a worker at the Jungle Fulfilment Centre. They’re a big warehouse style corporation (not unlike Amazon) who are increasingly relying on a robotic workforce. You uncover a mysterious conspiracy while on the job, and things only escalate from there.
Zelda is known for her voice work on The Legend of Korra and also happens to be the daughter of comedy legend Robin Williams. (She’s also featured in plenty of Nintendo adverts thanks in part to her late father’s love of the series). Meanwhile Tommie Earl Jenkins played the recent role of Die-Hardman in Death Stranding. They’ll be joining Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs and Fantastic Beasts’ Ólafur Darri Ólafsson as voices in the game.
We don’t have word on the details of their characters. It seems developer Wolf & Wood is keeping plot-specifics close to its chest, for now. However, you can check out the latest trailer for the game below with our first peek at Zelda’s character in action. The Last Worker arrives later in 2022 for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, PC and Meta Quest 2.