Bioware’s Dragon Age: Inquisition is shaping up to be a massive game. The main quest line alone would supposedly take about 50 hours to go through.
Not only that, but according to executive Producer Cameron Lee, what you will do in these 50 hours will impact the game’s trajectory and how it ends. Dragon Age seems to have about 40 “major” endings, each subjected to minor variations. Does that mean no more Mass Effect 3 style endings? Only time will tell.
Following the disappointment that was Dragon Age 2, with its linear story confined to a claustrophobic cityscape, 4-walled off dungeons, a beach, and a jungle, Bioware immediately discussed how Inquisition does things differently.
Lee also wrote on Twitter that you will be able to create any type of character you want. “. "Your hero in Dragon Age Inquisition can be any combination of 2 genders, 4 races, 3 classes, 9 specialization and different voices," he wrote. "Oh and you can make your hero look however you want."
Fantasy fulfillment is a big part of RPG's which is why Dragon Age Inquisition lets you create your own character and play how way you want— Cameron Lee (@Cameron__Lee) June 11, 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition is slated for release on October 7 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The Xbox One version will be the first to receive “premiere content.”
Below you'll find a small gameplay demo thanks to IGN.