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T.M. Revolution Talks About Being Itto in Genshin Impact

Genshin Impact Arataki Itto

miHoYo posted a voice actor interview featuring T.M. Revolution, the Japanese pop star who voices Arataki Itto in Genshin Impact. T.M. Revolution provides the Japanese voice for the character in Genshin Impact. In the video, T.M. Revolution provided his thoughts on his first impression of Arataki Itto. He described Itto as being a reliable person, and that he thinks the character is endearing.

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The interview also featured a question where T.M. Revolution was asked whether he or Itto have any similarities. He stated that they both share the same feeling of wanting to take care of and cherish the people they hold most important to them.

You can watch the Genshin Impact T.M. Revolution Arataki Itto interview in full below. However, it does not have any English subtitles.

Additionally, T.M. Revolution was asked what he would like to do if he was transported to the world of Genshin Impact. He stated that he would like to hold a massive rock festival in the Inazuma region. He also revealed that he would like to become a lord in the Inazuma region.

In October 2021, miHoYo revealed Arataki Itto would be one of several new characters to join the roster of Genshin Impact. Arataki Itto is a Geo user who specializes in two-handed weapons and primarily uses a cudgel to defeat enemies. Previously, Max Mittelman, the English voice actor for Arataki Itto, shared his thoughts on voicing the character.

Genshin Impact is available for PS4, PS5, PC, and mobile devices. A Nintendo Switch version is in development.

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