‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ Fans Could Soon Be Able To Share Their Custom Character Appearances

Like fans of any game that features character creation tools to provide users with the ability to customize their in-game appearance, Dragon Age: Inquisition players love to post pictures of their own characters online. Some merely want to show off their character’s unique appearance while others intend to impress with their skills at recreating celebrities and other known personalities within Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Seeing these well-crafted player creations can make some users feel like their own Dragon Age: Inquisition characters are ugly simply because they aren’t as good at using the provided slider tools to manipulate their avatar’s appearance during character creation. Thankfully, Dragon Age: Inquisition Executive Producer Mark Darrah recently revealed in a tweet that Bioware is currently looking into giving users the ability to share their personal character appearances with others.

This feature could offer help to Dragon Age: Inquisition players in a number of ways. First, fans who don’t want to take the time to custom create their own character appearance would be able to easily use one that was crafted by another player. Second, it would allow anyone to be able to enjoy many of the celebrity lookalikes that users have made inside Dragon Age: Inquisition. Lastly, it would give gamers the ability to save their own creations should they want to create a similarly looking character for a subsequent playthrough.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition (Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, PC)

The ability to save and share custom-made Dragon Age: Inquisition characters would also be a welcome benefit should the development team ever add a way for users to be able to alter their in-game appearance after creation. According to a recent report from the Inquisitr, Darrah confirmed to fans last week that such a feature is indeed on the way.

Since Mark Darrah revealed that they are looking into adding both of the features around the same time, it seems reasonable to assume that Bioware hopes to give users access to the new character modification tools at the same time. The combination would allow Dragon Age: Inquisition players to freely use and share each others’ custom character creations at any time using some form of in-game appearance manipulator.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is now available across a wide selection of platforms. Bioware has revealed that they plan to have the game’s third patch out soon. The update is expected to focus primarily on single player issues. More could be revealed later this week as the developer has announced their schedule for PAX South.

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