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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Dragon Age Inquisition Gameplay and Box Art

Dragon Age: Inquisition has revealed it's box art. The game which is set for an Autumn  2014 release, according to reviewers who got early access, the studio has addressed many issues that plagued the last installment and are making this an awesome and beautiful experience. 

Mitch Dyer of IGN said: "Meandering through Thedas has a purpose.  The team used a phrase I really like: "honest discovery". Dragon Age won't forceyou into a cave to fetch a book.  Ideally, you'd stumble upon an opening, go in blind, and see what you find inside." Personally, I am pretty excited for this game, it seems like the developers are fully aware of what went wrong with the previous instalment and are tackling it head on.  Everything that we have seen (including the trailer below) has made me pumped for this to come out.

One, rather optimistic, Twitter user asked if there would be any chance of the game releasing early. How do you think the response to that went?

Personally, I am pretty excited for this game, it seems like the developers are fully aware of what went wrong with the previous instalment and are tackling it head on.  Everything that we have seen (including the trailer below) has made me pumped for this to come out.

The one thing that I am a little sceptical of is the outposts feature.   While you are roaming the world you will essentially come across outposts which you can take over then change into military garrisons or economic outposts.  This will allow you to house men within them and use them to complete missions, just like has been featured in Assassin's Creed.  I wasn't a huge fan of the feature then (though it was a hell of a lot better than that tower defence minigame they had) but perhaps it will be implemented more successfully here.

Here is the latest trailer of the game to sate your appetite a little until the game drops:
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