Terence Stamp will lend his talents to the game's heavy plot, a sinister force bent on the destruction of Tamriel, the game's geographical setting. Stamp starred in "Star Wars: Phantom Menace" as Supreme Chancellor Valorum and as General Zod in the legendary
"Superman" films. Oblivion is Stamp's first foray into voice work for a video game.
"Having never done voice work for a video game before, I really had no notion of what to expect," said Stamp. "Bethesda did a great job in providing the theme for the character and it was fun to give life to the villain in the story who is a very thoughtful man from a line of kings who seeks to realize his own vision for the empire."
Bethesda previously announced that Linda Carter would also lend her voice talents to the game. Best known for her starring role as the crime-fighting superhero, "Wonder Woman," in the hit television series, Carter has appeared in more than 50 television shows and films, including this summer's hits, "Sky High" and "Dukes of Hazzard".