‘Game of Throne’ actor Peter Dinklage has been replaced as the voice Ghost in shooter game Destiny, after fans described the actor’s performance as ‘boring’. Dinklage, who has won an Emmy and a Golden Globe for his role as Tyrion Lannister in ‘Game of Thrones’ will now be erased from the game with his lines re-recorded by another actor.

Peter DinklagePeter Dinklage has been replaced as the voice of Ghost in Destiny.

Players of the game had criticised Dinklage for his delivery on an ‘alpha’ version of the game and his dialogue was later adjusted for the ‘beta’ version. He was also absent from two downloadable content packs released in December and May.

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Dinklage will be replaced as the voice of Ghost by Nolan North, a voiceover artist who is best known for lending his voice to Nathan Drake in the Uncharted series. The actor will now replace Dinklage's dialogue in the existing game, as well as voicing the character in future instalments of Destiny, inclusing forthcoming expansion The Taken King.

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Speaking to Game Informer North said, "I’m hoping we’re doing this for years. If I get a chance to continue with the role, I think we can evolve Ghost as we move forward over the years. In the same way that the player learns about the game and the world, maybe the Ghost grows with them."