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This May Be Your Chance To Star In Mass Effect: Andromeda

This May Be Your Chance To Star In Mass Effect: Andromeda

Brace yourselves for what may be a great opportunity to lend your voice to your favourite sci-fi RPG franchise, Mass Effect. There are two minor roles up fro grabs in the upcoming title Mass Effect: Andromeda. The good news? Bioware is asking fans to voice them.

The scripts for both the character roles are available on the Bioware blog. All you have to do is record your reading of the script (either audio or video), and send it to the studio. The entries will be judged “on the quality of your voice performance and how well it matches the Mass Effect style.”

The date for entry submission is till 28th September. The entries will be then judged by a panel of Bioware employees. The winners will be notified by 30th November, following which they will be flown to one of the Bioware recording studios for a 2 night trip.

Here are the character scenes in brief:

  • Jordan Tate: A smart and talented indie documentarian eager to give the real perspective on life in Andromeda.
  • Tough Mercenary: Talk about some of the difficulties of living on the frontier and being pioneers in a new world.

Though Bioware seems adamant about not revealing huge details about the title, we do know that the male and the female versions of the protagonist are siblings and will exist in the game world at the same time.

Mass Effect: Andromeda is set to release sometime around March 2017 for the Windows PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

For more news and reviews, keep checking back at Gaming Central.

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