Roger Craig Smith has played the blue blur effect for more than 10 years.
the sound of Sonic the Hedgehog Has announced his withdrawal from the position.
Yesterday, Roger Craig Smith Take to twitter In vague terms, he no longer speaks to the super fast blue hedgehog. He began to give his life to Sonic in 2010, mainly in video games, but also in Sonic Boom animation shows and various cameos, including Wreck-it Ralph and its 2018 sequel.
He said: “Ten years is really an amazing achievement.” “Advancing to a new area. For fans who have always been so friendly, it’s really love. It’s an honor.”
Although the hedgehog emoji and reference to the “zone” made it clear what the actor was referring to, the publisher Sega confirmed that Smith had left the role later that day.
The publisher wrote: “For more than a decade, Roger Craig Smith (Roger Craig Smith) has become an integral part of the Sega family.” On twitter
“He brought Sonic’s voice to life, and we are forever grateful for his never-ending passion for helping the community and spreading joy.
“Thank you, Roger, for everything you have done for Sonic.”
Sega said in a statement to Kotaku: “Roger Craig Smith’s portrayal of Sonic the Hedgehog will be remembered by future generations of fans. He is known as Sonic. Attitude and talent bring the characters to life in a truly authentic way. We will always thank Roger for his contribution to the franchise.”
There is no reason why Smith left the position, but Tweet from voice actor Tara Strong Imply that he was fired by Sega. Other speculations include Ben Schwartz (Ben Schwartz)-may replace Smith (Smith), he voiced Sonic in the 2020 live-action movie.
In addition to Sonic, Roger Craig Smith has also voiced Ezio Auditore in the Assassin’s Creed series and Chris Redfield and Mirage of Resident Evil in the past Apex Legends.
The aforementioned Sonic the Hedgehog movie is clearly receiving a sequel. There are also signs that the new Sonic game will come out in 2021.