Harrison Ford, known for playing the adventurous archaeologist Indiana Jones, has etched his legacy through captivating performances in the Indiana Jones film series. His first appearance in the series was in the 1981 Raiders of the Lost Ark in 1981, and ever since then, his character has been distinguished by his trademark hat and bullwhip, which has become synonymous with his daring exploits, unraveling ancient mysteries, and a touch of humor. After many years of bringing this iconic character to life and following the release of the fifth installment, Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (2023), it appears that Ford stayed true to his words and has bid farewell to the franchise, especially with the release of a new video game where his signature voice is absent. Troy Baker replaces Harrison Ford as 'Indiana Jones' INDIANA JONES AND THE KINGDOM OF THE CRYSTAL SKULL, (aka INDIANA JONES 4), Harrison Ford, 2008. ©Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection The recently launched game Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, crafted by Machine Games and brought to life by Bethesda, renowned for iconic titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout III, immerses players in the adventures of a youthful Indiana Jones. The character's visual portrayal aligns more closely with Indiana Jones' appearance in Raiders of the Lost Ark rather than Dial of Destiny. RELATED: Harrison Ford’s Iconic Unscripted ‘Indiana Jones’ Scene Is Also His Most Divisive Notably, the absence of Ford's voice in the game is a distinctive feature, as he was replaced by Troy Baker, who is famous for lending his voice to characters like Batman, The Joker, Hawkeye, and Loki and embodying Joel Miller in The Last of Us video games. INDIANA JONES & THE LAST CRUSADE, Harrison Ford, 1989 'Dial of Destiny' was Ford's last Indiana Jones movie In a previous interview, Ford officially stated that his portrayal of the iconic archaeologist and adventurer Indiana Jones will end with the release of Dial of Destiny, the fifth installment in the franchise. The 81-year-old actor clarified that the upcoming movie will mark the retirement of his beloved character. INDIANA JONES AND THE TEMPLE OF DOOM, Harrison Ford, 1984, (c) Paramount/courtesy Everett Collection "This is the final film in the series," Ford confessed. "And this is the last time I'll play the character. I anticipate that it will be the last time that he appears in a film."