Gameplay Trailer and Release Date for Dragon Age: Inquisition

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014

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Dragon Age: Inqusition | oprainfall

For those of you (like myself) who have been eagerly awaiting an official release date for Dragon Age: Inquisitionthe upcoming third entry in BioWare’s Dragon Age series, you’ll be excited to know the wait is over. BioWare has officially released a new trailer for the game which includes not only new story details, but also an official release date of October 7th of this year.

The story of Dragon Age: Inquisition will center around the player’s Inquisitor. After an explosion takes place at what was intended to be a peace conference between the warring mages and templars, the world is in ruin. Most of the world’s ruling class has been lost and “The Breach” continues to grow larger, threatening to consume the world. The Inquisitor emerges from the Fade, surviving the blast, and must lead the Inquisition against the demons pouring into the world and close The Breach to restore order. The trailer also shows off some gameplay in addition to plot details. Be sure to check it out:

The game will be released for a plethora of platforms. Not only will it be available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, but also the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The game is being developed with the new Frostbrite 3 engine and it is looking pretty impressive. As is typical with most recent BioWare RPGs, player choice will play a huge role in the course of the story. BioWare has also promised that Inquisition will feature a much larger and more open world than previous Dragon Age titles, in addition to more strategic combat. All things considered, it looks like this is shaping up to be a worthy entry in the series, so be sure to mark your calendars for October 7th!

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  • MACThree

    No Wii U support? I wish developers would realize that if it can run on 360 and PS3, it can run on Wii U.

    • Vinicius

      The WiiU is not sellig.
      3rd Party rarely sells on Nintendo Consoles.
      It’s EA.
      Pick one.