Dragon Age: Inquisition has been confirmed for a worldwide release on October 7, as revealed in a brand new gameplay trailer - The Inquisitor.
Bioware’s latest is stealing the march in a big way on its heavyweight competitor, The Witcher 3, and we’re now less than six months away from the high-fantasy RPG, but it's got some stern competition when it hits store shelves…
The new Dragon Age will have you playing as a brand new protagonist, the titular Inquisitor, fresh from surviving a cataclysmic blast, ready to stop the demons from terrorising the land of Thedas.
You can check out the gameplay and cinematic mash-up in the new Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer below...
While many were disappointed at the direction that Dragon Age 2 took, Bioware producer Cameron Lee has been keen to make it clear that Dragon Age: Inquisition will follow in the footsteps of Dragon Age: Origins, offering more customisation and options than either of the previous titles.
Dragon Age 3: Inquisition is being powered by the Frostbite 3 engine, which should ensure it comes with Mantle support for AMD owners. Be sure to bookmark our complete list of all Mantle supported titles.
It’s set to launch on PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on October 7. As we get nearer we'll be sure to bring you the Dragon Age: Inquisition system requirements as soon as they arrive!
Bioware and EA don’t seem to be particularly worried by the date they’ve chosen, which puts them up against some stiff competition, namely Alien: Isolation and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor. October 7 certainly sounds like one hell of a date for gaming fans!
Which of these three big-hitters are you going to be picking up come October 7?
Will Dragon Age: Inquisition be the best RPG of 2014?
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