Dragon Age: Inquisition
takes players on a long journey through the world of Thedas. By using the Frostbite engine that can support huge areas and a level of destruction to which gamers are accustomed in the Battlefield
franchise, developer Bioware is managing to create a vast living, multi-region world. Each area will have its own ecosystem with predators, prey, factions, and opportunities to expand your Inquisition.
The areas wouldn't be spectacular if the effects weren't that realistic though. As such, Bioware has built weather systems that create naturally-formed puddles and wind that will blow objects such as spider webs. The world's population will also react to your actions; for example, towns will be raided by bandits. The ecosystems will see deer flee from wolves and giants feed on bears.
From Thedas' war-torn plains to its jagged coasts, the latest trailer takes players on a journey to discover some of the diverse locations hidden within the game.
Our search will take us to every corner of this land. The beautiful, the dangerous, the ancient places where no-one walks alone -- this is the world we're trying to save.
If you would like to see more of this living, breathing world, check out this previously released artwork:
It wasn’t hidden, it was uncontrolled. Like the power you now command The graves of our ancestors are littered with the bones of long-forgotten betrayals. The Old Gods will call to you, from their ancient prisons will they sing. They looked on what pride had wrought, and despaired. In the absence of light, shadows thrive. Seek the light, for the wicked take root in the darkest corners. Through a breach in the sky, the brave now walk where once we feared to dream. Foul and corrupt are they who have taken His gift and turned it against His children. Oh Maker, hear my cry. Guide me through the blackest nights. And their bones shall spread across the land, the remains of an empire lost to folly. In places untouched by the feet of Man, in shadows unspoiled by the fires of Right. Here lies the abyss, the well of all souls. From these emerald waters doth life begin anew.
Make your way around Bioware's most ambitious game to date this Fall when Dragon Age: Inquisition
is released for both Xbox One and Xbox 360.