Dragon Age: Inquisition Release Date Announced
Kalvin Martinez / Apr 23rd, 2014 No Comments
BioWare announced Dragon Age: Inquisition releases in North America on Oct. 7 and Oct. 10 in Europe.
Dragon Age: Inquisition sees a mysterious breach in the sky appear above Thedas threatening to rip the world apart. Taking on the role of Inquisitor, players lead a team of legendary heroes to reveal the truth about the world devastating breach. The Inquisition is not only tasked with finding the truth about the breach, but also stopping the agents of chaos along the way.
[adsense250itp]Players can pre-order Dragon Age: Inquisition now through major retailers and through the official Dragon Age website. When the game launches on Oct. 7 it will offer a standard version of the game and a Deluxe Edition. Those who pre-order the standard version receive the Flames of Inquisition Weapons Arsenal.
The Deluxe Edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition includes a bevy of additional content. It includes the Skyhold Throne, Red Hart Halla and Bog Unicorn mounts, the Flames of the Inquisition weapons, armor and mount, the digital soundtrack and more digital content to be announced. The standard version retails for $59.99 and the Deluxe Edition for $69.99.
To celebrate Dragon Age: Inquisition’s release date, BioWare released a brand new gameplay trailer full of actual game footage.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will be available on Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC via Origin.
Dragon Age: Inquisition Gameplay Trailer
Dragon Age: Inquisition was easily a highlight of EA‘s E3 press conference last year. It will be interesting to see how BioWare utilizes next-gen hardware and the Frostbyte 3 engine to create a more expansive RPG. It will help give an indication where the developer is at after The Old Republic, Mass Effect 3 and the Doctors retiring. The gameplay trailer looks incredible, but Battlefield 4 looks incredible so it is not surprising that Frostbyte 3 would lead to some impressive visuals.
The footage alludes to how Inquisition might control with active dodging and fighting in combat. Plus it gives a good idea of how expansive the environments might be. Hopefully, BioWare strikes a smart balance between what made Origins good and what made people dislike Dragon Age 2.
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