Bioware releases more Dragon Age Inquisition E3 footage

dragon-age-inquisition-bannerThey say you can never get too much of a good thing.  They have obviously never tried to eat an entire 24 cut pepperoni and bacon pizza by themselves.  But the saying does ring true for new footage of upcoming games, and we’ve got just that for you.  Bioware has released more of their acclaimed E3 demo of Dragon Age Inquisition, and you can see it for yourself by reading on.

You might recall that last Bioware released part one of their E3 demo last week, with the promise of a part two to follow.  Part two is now up on the official Dragon Age YouTube page, and it’s quite a departure from the previous installment.  While part one focused largely on open exploration, part two finds out heroes dep within Redcliffe Castle, and focuses primarily on combat.  The game’s tactical system, which allows you to pause the action and position your players how you see fit, is shown off here, as is the more dynamic, real time combat.  Dorian, a mage follower from the nation of Tevinter, is featured prominently in the demo, as is Iron Bull and Sera, the elvish archer.  It’s a definite must watch for any Dragon Age, unless you’re the type who avoids any and all spoilers.  The video does venture into some plot-based territory which you might not want to witness if you’re trying to stay 100% spoiler free.  And with that said, on with the show…

See what I mean about spoilers?  Yikes, what a cliffhanger.  At least we don’t have much longer to wait to see how that scene plays out.  Dragon Age Inquisition launches for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC on October 7th.


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