Dragon Age Inquisition cover story coming to Game Informer
Hey, so remember that trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition that was shown at E3? Remember how it looked cool, but didn’t show any gameplay and asked more questions than it answered? The upcoming cover story in Game Informer is about to answer a lot of those questions, and drop some huge surprises too. Read on for the details.
What is it with no-name sites getting these huge exclusives? Who ever heard of “Game Informer?” Did they create a bunch of cocktails that were actually included in a Bioware game? I didn’t think so. Anyway, prepare yourselves for a Dragon Age information tsunami the likes of which you’ve never experienced. Except for the last time Dragon Age was featured on a Game Informer. But this cover is way better than that last one with Hawke. Check it out.
Now that is one badass dragon. But it doesn’t seem to be scaring Varric, who is still wielding his trusty crossbow, Bianca. And a very fetching blue trench coat as well. And then there’s Cassandra, still rocking the pixie cut. When we last saw her, she was interrogating Varric. I guess the two have set aside their differences.
While the initial cover reveal article doesn’t offer up much in the way of details, it does include one huge bit of information. Players will once again be able to choose their race in Dragon Age: Inquisition. The move to a human character in Dragon Age 2 wasn’t a popular one, but Bioware initially indicated that the hero’s race in Inquisition would also be predetermined. But that has apparently changed. Game Informer put together a nifty little trailer to wet your appetites for what they have in store for us this month.
Horses confirmed! Also swords! And torches. And sand. OK, those last three things didn’t really need confirmation. But still… horses! The September issue of Game Informer will be hitting mailboxes in the next few weeks, and the digital edition should be available by the time you read this. There’s going to be a whole lot more coverage rolling out over the course of the month at Game Informer, so keep an eye on their portal page. Or just keep checking back here, since you love us more than them. RIGHT?!