Warner Bros. has revealed which actors lend their voices to the leads in the upcoming Batman: Arkham Origins.

Roger Craig Smith is Batman, while Troy Baker will tackle the Joker.

Smith has previously voiced Assassin's Creed’s Ezio Auditore and Resident Evil’s Chris Redfield.

He’s also portrayed Captain America and Sonic the Hedgehog on a few occasions, among others.

Baker recently voiced Booker DeWitt in BioShock Infinite, and has featured in many games, from Catherine to Mass Effect 3, to Naughty Dog’s upcoming survival horror The Last of Us.

He also voiced a number a characters in 2011’s Batman: Arkham City, including Robin and Harvey Dent/Two-Face.

"Being a part of Arkham City was just incredible - because I'm a huge Batman fan," Baker told Joystiq.

"To play Two-Face and Robin after growing up watching The Animated Series was a banner moment for me."

Meanwhile, long-time Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy has told an audience at the Dallas Comic Con that he would be in Origins, but that was all he could say.

"We've been working for about nine to ten months on the next Arkham," he said.

"We all signed these contracts that we weren't allowed to talk about this. The studio likes to completely control the roll out of any product, so they don't like any of us to talk about anything. It's now been announced.

"It's an unbelievable game. I still can't say anything about it. You don't want me to anyway because I'd ruin it for you. But it's amazing. It's a huge, huge cast and a big story. It took almost a year to write and put together. They've been working on it for a long time."

Batman: Arkham Origins is due out on October 25 for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Windows PC, and Wii U.