Hello, I've written a script for my game where the player's avatar is referred to in third-person throughout the story. Here is an example, the main character's name is Eli:
Eli is sweating heavily and his heart is racing.
The voice came from his side. Eli begins to tear up. He pulls his shackles and starts to pound his back against the wall of the carriage.
The dialogue and actions are presented to the player in plain text. The problem comes when the player is asked to make a choice for Eli. These choices are written in first-person perspective. For example, later in the same scene Eli is asked who he is and the player is given the choice:
1. Identify yourself
2. Conceal your identity
Now I'm not quite sure what to do about this. Mixing the narrative modes does not seem like a good thing to do. Do I need to rewrite the script into a first-person or second-person narrative?