The developer of “Dragon Age Inquisition” provided more details in regards to two non-playable characters in the forthcoming PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One video game. According to a report by Softpedia on Feb. 28, Bioware will be offering a fan an opportunity to lend his or her voice into the role-playing game.
To enter the “Dragon Age Inquisition” competition, the individual must read lines for two small scripts. One of the characters asked to be portrayed is Seneschal, a guard who will be questioned by the Inquisitor during an investigation about a kidnapping. The other script is about a villager who is doubtful that the main character will be able to save his or her village. You can find some screens from the sequel with the gallery embedded on the left-hand side of this article.
Participants will need to email a video of their submissions to Bioware. They are also encouraged to share their performances through social media websites such as YouTube. The winner would be invited to one of the recording studios in order to have their voice be added to the dialogue. The competition is scheduled to end on March 24 with the winner being announced on April 14.
The victor will be able to hear his or her voice when “Dragon Age Inquisition” is launched later this year in the fall release window. The video game will be published and distributed by Electronic Arts, the same company that handled the releases of the previous “Dragon Age” installments.