Dragon Age: Inquisition voice contest gives gamers the chance to be a character

Wednesday, 26th February 2014 08:32 GMT By Dave Cook

Dragon Age: Inquisition developer BioWare is holding a contest that gives gamers a chance to pitch their voice, with a view to voicing a character in the game.

It follows these new shots of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Varric and Cassandra.

You’ll find the contest page here, where you can download two scripts. All you have to do is film yourself saying the words in your natural voice. BioWare will then pick a winner after April 14, who will be flown out to the studio to record their dialogue.

Fancy yourself as a war-hardened adventurer-type? Perhaps you’re more of an ‘innkeeper?’ Either way let us know what you think below.



  1. infernalism

    Why do you have to say it in your “natural voice”? Isn’t a part of being a voice actor the ability to change, and modulate your voice to suit different characters and situations? Your actual acting skill is also on display, regardless of the voice you’re using.

    #1 10 months ago

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