‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ Unveils New Beautiful Screenshots

Dragon Age: Inquisition might not be hitting store shelves until October, but EA released some brand new screenshots to wet our appetites. Electronic Arts has been touting Dragon Age: Inquisition for the last couple of weeks, including showing off a new trailer at E3.

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While these photos have been officially released, it seems as though the company is still trying to keep at least one video showing off gameplay under wraps. Games.on.net says EA has been chasing down and having the video pulled all week.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition will have some incredible visuals, but it appears the game will also have a very interesting way of telling the story. During E3, Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee talked about the new way they’ve built this game.

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During the convention, Lee said the game could have as many as 40 different endings. Gamespot says the developers have now clarified that a little bit as some people were more than a little skeptical of those claims.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition executive producer Mark Darrah came out and issued a statement that said only some of the endings will be entirely unique.

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“Ending clarification: Most endings are major variations based upon your choices in the game. There are only a few completely unique endings.”

The company didn’t clarify just how the endings are going to be different and just how many completely different endings there will be when all is said and done.

We do know that there won’t be 40 completely different endings, but even if some of the endings are only a little different, it should be an interesting way to create a game that has some really intriguing visuals.

While there isn’t a ton of information known about the plot of Dragon Age: Inquisition, we do know that there is going to be a brand new protagonist. That doesn’t mean everything used in Dragon Age 2 will be forgotten. The dialogue wheel will be coming back for this particular title, at the very least.

Beyond that, it seems as if EA wants to make sure people discover the game as they go along.

It won’t be long now that people will get to see the game up close and personal as the game is due out on October 9. Dragon Age: Inquisition will be made available for almost every platform, including the PS3, the PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.