We're within a fortnight of the launch of Dragon Age: Inquisition
(well, if you live in North America anyway) and with that, EA and BioWare have provided plenty to feast our eyes upon from the latest in the Dragon Age
Let's start with how EA Access
is involved with Inquisition
. For those who have subscription to EA Access, you will be able to play a six hour trial of Dragon Age: Inquisition
from November 13th, a full five days before anyone else can get their mitts on it. The trial will let you create your hero, explore Thedas and even try Inquisition
's co-operative mode. The progress you make can carry over to the full release, which - as an EA Access member - you'll get a 10% discount on if you purchase digitally.
This news post isn't just for EA Access members though, oh no! Up next, we have a trailer for everyone to have a look at, titled "Choice & Consequence", showing how choices made from the very beginning of the game (and possibly before, thanks to Dragon Age Keep
) can have effects throughout the rest of the game.
Finally, there are four new screens, featuring our Inquisitor readying for battle, or already in the fight. Dragon Age: Inquisition
is due to be released on Xbox 360 and Xbox One on November 18th in North America and November 21st in Europe, with the Australian release date snuggled in between on November 20th. Japan will finally get their chance a week after Australia on November 27th.