Having provided the voice to smaller character parts in numerous Bioware titles in the past, including both Dragon Age games and Mass Effect 3, actress Alix Wilton Regan has landed the lead role as one of the two possible voices for the female protagonist inside Dragon Age: Inquisition. Offering a humorous look at the Regan in the recording booth, the developer released a new video on July 4 that gives players some insight on what the voice of the female Inquisitor will sound like while showing a comedic side of the actress as she demonstrates spit takes during recording.
Alix Wilton Regan has been confirmed as one of the selectable voices for the Inquisitor when Dragon Age: Inquisition launches later this fall. The game will feature four different voice options for the title’s main character. Players will be able to choose between two separate voices for both the male and female version of the Inquisitor. The variety of voice options will allow fans to dictate how the lead character sounds regardless of what race they choose to play as.
Gamers will also be able to choose between three different playable classes to further customize their character in addition to being able to select their in-game race, gender, and voice. Furthermore, each class will have multiple advanced sub-classes that will feature different abilities and skill trees from each other. This will give fans a lot of options for designing their own Inquisitor including the choice of two genders, four fantasy races, nine advanced classes, and four voices.
Dragon Age: Inquisition releases on Oct 7 for the Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC, and last-gen platforms. The game will be the first Bioware title to appear on the new console hardware and is currently being developed using the Frostbite 3 engine. Fans will be able to use a web-based app titled the Dragon Age Keep that will allow them to set up their game save to take into account the various decisions that might have made during the series’ first two installments.