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Submission deadline: Midnight, Monday October 27th
In light of the upcoming release of Dragon Age: Inquisition we're asking anyone that has questions about the game contribute to our Community Q&A in the blog comments below!
Next week Wikia has the opportunity to sit and discuss the game with none other than Mark Darrah, Executive Producer of the franchise. The deadline for submitting is no later than midnight, Monday October 27th.
Keep in mind that, due to potential time constraints, Mark Darrah may not be able to answer every question, but we will do our utmost to see that as many are addressed as possible!Read more >
Albeit posted here a few days late, but BioWare made an interview with Miranda Raison, the voice actor of Cassandra. She's talking about "what it takes to step into the shoes of the Right Hand of the Divine" and "how Cassandra has changed since we last met her and what we can look forward to with her in Dragon Age: Inquisition."Read more >
BioWare Have posted another trailer promoting the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition. The trailer described the three Classes available to the Inquisitor, in addition to a brief summary of Dorian, Sera, and Iron Bull, detailing their respective roles both in combat and out.Read more >
In Bioware's latest livestream, it was announced that Dragon Age Keep will be launched as an open beta on the 29th of October, two weeks before the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition itself.
The beta itself has received bug-fixing updates for current beta testers, encouraging them to keep an eye out for further issues.Read more >
Today, Bioware released a new trailer. Title "Hero of Thedas".
Here's a link as well. Enjoy, and feel free to discuss. Will this be the final trailer?
Vivienne is confirmed to be the voice at the beginning. It sounds like Solas speaking at the end, and during. It would also appear Solas is the one who leads us to Skyhold.Read more >
The PC requirements for Dragon Age: Inquisition have been revealed which can be found here.
The following is explored in which BioWare assert the following: "When Dragon Age: Inquisition launches on November 18, players will once again explore the land of Thedas to craft their own, personal adventures."
The requirements are as the following:
Windows 7 or 8.1 64-bit
AMD quad core CPU @ 2.5 GHz
Intel quad core CPU @ 2.0 GHz
AMD Radeon HD 4870
NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GT
Windows 7 or 8.1 64-bit
AMD six core CPU @ 3.2 GHz
Intel quad core CPU @ 3.0 GHz
AMD Radeon HD 7870 or R9 270
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660
- Xbox 360 controller supported
- 100% DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
- Online Authentication at time of installation
To promote the upcoming release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, EA have released Dragon Age: Origins for free on Origin- one of two games currently available on their "On the House" deals. It will only be available until the 18th of October, however once the game is downloaded, it is permanently tied to the user's Origin account.
Sadly it is only the standard edition, and DLC is still priced as usual, but this is a great opportunity for newcomers to the series to try the game out before Inquisition arrives. Those interested can pick up the game here.
The official Dragon Age website was updated with the following message to promote the recent announcement:
Dragon Age: Origins introduced gamers to the rich, detailed world of Thedas, a world filled with deadly mages and powerful dragons. The choice-driven RPG has strategic combat and a personalized story, and it’s free right now with Origin On the House! Just add it to your Origin Game Library and download it whenever you want.Read more >
BioWare released a Q&A regarding crafting and customization, which you can read here.
The Q&A answers these questions:
- If I choose not to craft, will I still be able to find unique or powerful weapons and armor?
- How will the inventory of your backpack be managed in DAI? Will it be determined by number of slots or weight of objects?
- Will there be schematics to craft weapons and armor?
- Are craftable weapons comparably strong to looted ones?
- Can we craft weapons with elemental effects?
- Can mage staves also be modified?
- Can you craft absolutely unique armor or weapons?
- Will there be new materials to the series to craft items with?
- Will there be rare crafting materials, or are most of them easy to find?
- What level of customization will we have with our companions?
- Does the customization of our companions' outfits show visual changes for them?
- Is there an opportunity to change colors of armor and robes? Also, are there cloaks and hoods in the game?
- Will the Inquisitor have civilian or casual clothing to …
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A new video has been released in regards to Dragon Age: Inquisition which can be found hereRead more >
In case anyone missed the live streaming on Twitch from BioWare, they archived it and made it available for us.
We can see the game from the very beginning, how one chooses gender, race and class first. You can pick wether you want to be a Dual Wielding rogue, Archer, Two-Handed or Weapon & Shield warrior. It will not lock you in but instead gives you starting abilities and equipment accordingly to what you chose. They include character creation in this video as well. They also explain it a bit more how importing data from the Keep into the game will work and show when you will have the chance to do so. However, they refrained from revealing the intro of the game in this presentation.
After the character creation, they load a gameplay which takes place in the Deep Roads, with a male human warrior, Cassandra, Varric and Vivienne, involed in a quest against the Carta and some templars. The gameplay is relatively long and they answer quite a few questions asked by fans, such as if one can …Read more >
Many have expressed their interest in seeing more of character creation, and BioWare finally delivered a presentation of the character creator. The newest additions seem to be the click & drag feature, free hand at picking colors from a palette instead of default colors, and the ability to change the color of the inner and outer part of the iris. Also, all races are featured, albeit mostly humans - but you can see a male dwarf, a female elf and a female qunari, for which you can see some of the possible horns as well.Read more >
BioWare have put forth a limited edition version of the Art of Dragon Age: Inquisition. It is an exclusive to the BioWare store. The product is described as the following:
- Fully printed cloth clamshell encasing hardcover cloth art book with specialty foil treatment lettering
- Two mini lithographs -- Skyhold and Minion signed by artist Nick Thornborrow
- 264 pages
The price comes in at $70.00, and it can be found here.Read more >
Bioware have revealed all the specializations on it's home page now, including new descriptions for the old ones.
Knight Enchanter, Artificer and Champion had already been revealed (although as I said they have new descriptions), The other ones are Templar, Reaver, Necromancer, Rift Mage, Assassin and Tempest.
I have put up a discussion page too.Read more >
BioWare has gone onto reveal some of the abilities of an Archer, in Dragon Age: Inquisition. This sample of rogue archer abilities is likely to be expanded on with further ability reveals.Read more >
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BioWare have unveiled the second round of abilities available to mages in Dragon Age: Inquisition. All abilities featured appear to be entirely new or modified takes on previously seen spells, including a skill which looks remarkably similar to the "teleportation" used by enemy mages in Dragon Age II.