Would You Like to Voice a Character in Dragon Age: Inquisition?

BioWare just loves it how you people want more from the Dragon Age series. In fact, they are letting you grow out from being just a fan to become a part of the game for times to come.

The developer has announced a contest today that will let you voice a character in Dragon Age: Inquisition. In order to ‘take your place’ in Dragon Age: Inquisition, you will need to record a video of yourself while you read a script that BioWare will send you.

When you send your recording to the developer, they will choose a winner out of all the applicants and call him/her to their studios where the winner will record dialogue that will be featured in Dragon Age: Inquisition.

In order to take part in the contest, upload your video to the internet and send it to takeyourplacce@bioware.com.

You have an interesting voice. There’s something in the timbre, the pitch, the rhythm and roll of your words that makes other people pause and take notice. You’ve got that golden throat, that silver tongue, that prized platopharyngeal arch—and we want to hear it. Starting at 12:01 p.m. PST on February 25, 2014, we’re offering you a chance to Take Your Place in the Inquisition by lending your voice to a character in the next Dragon Age game.

There are two scripts for you to choose from; one put you in the shoes of a villager who is confronting the Inquisitor and the other is where you play the part of the Seneschal who is being questioned by the Inquisitor.

For more on the topic, see the video made by BioWare and Dragon Age: Inquisition community manager Jessica Merizan, she’ll explain the rest to you in style.