Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third major game in the Dragon Age series of games and blends elements from both Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II into an action role-playing framework.
The game returns to the continent of Thedas, the same setting as the previous two games, but covers a considerably large tract of territory, including the entirety of Ferelden and Orlais. The game is set after the events of Dragon Age II: a civil war has broken out in Orlais between the Empress and her cousin, the Grand Duke Gaspard. Meanwhile, the Circle of Magi has gone rogue after the events in the ending of Dragon Age II, and the Templar Order has seceded from the Chantry to hunt down the mages. In this backdrop of strife and war, a conclave is established to bring about peace under Divine Justinia. The conclave however, proves to be a failure, as a massive explosion destroys the conclave, killing the Divine as well mages and templars both. The player is an attendee of the Conclave, who finds himself or herself with a mark on their hand, capable of closing rifts. The player is roped into the Inquisition, an organization planned by the late Divine, with the goal of ending the Breach that was created during the explosion at the Conclave. The player is soon made the leader of the Inquisition, and referred to as the Inquisitor.
The player creates a fully customizable character at the start of the game. Customization options include the option of choosing the Inquisitor’s race: human, elf, dwarf or Qunari. Apart from these, the player can choose the Inquisitor’s appearance, gender and class. The three traditional classes from previous Dragon Age games return: warrior, mage and rogue. The player can explore the entirety of Thedas, which is accessible in several discrete sections and can traverse the landscape using a variety of mounts, such as horses. Over the course of the game, the player picks up various allies, with whom they can develop friendships and more intimate relationships, across various orientations. As the Inquisitor, making choices is a critical component of the game, with the player’s choices having wide-reaching consequences that can affect the future of Thedas. The player can also conquer keeps or forts, establish claim over territory, repair structures and pathways as well as establish camps, which allow for fast travel in the game.
- Developer: BioWare
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
- Genre: Action role-playing
- Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
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In Dragon Age Inquisition there are 10 Dragons you can hunt and kill in the game world. They are in different areas and sometimes finding them can be tricky. This guide will help you find the…
Strengthening the Inquisition is the key to victory in Dragon Age Inquisition. New Agents will give you more power and increase your influence in the Dragon Age world. This guide will help you…
The Requisitions in Dragon Age Inquisition will help you gain influence and power for the War Table. These are basically loot collecting quests that can be found in most of the areas. This guide…