Dragon Age: Inquisition is BioWare’s first game built on the Frostbite 3 engine, the same foundational game development tools that breathe life in Battlefield 4. In other words, it’s real purdy and stuff. Gape in wonder at these screens. You get some dragons, some scenery, and a whole lot of armed and armored toughs. Good times.
Electronic Arts has Inquisition set to hit stores on October 7 for PlayStation and Xbox consoles, as well as Windows PCs, and serious fans can pony up a few extra dollars for an assortment of virtual goodies packed into the Deluxe Edition. With E3 2014 quickly approaching, we should be hearing more soon about what lies beneath the gorgeous surface of BioWare’s return to the land of Thedas.
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