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Dragon Age: Inquisition The Keep Trailer

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The Keep is your way to discover, shape, and share your Dragon Age experience. Explore plot points and story arcs from previous Dragon Age games. Crown rulers, topple foes, and forge bonds in over 300 decisions as you prepare your world for the coming Inquisition.

The Keep is a free web application, available on all platforms and browsers with HTML5 capability. No prior purchase is necessary, and the Keep is an excellent resource for players who are new to the franchise.

Dragon Age Keep's open beta is now live

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Bioware's experimental world state transfer system Dragon Age Keep is now live in open Beta, giving you the chance to prep yourself for next month's Dragon Age: Inquisition.

You'll note I didn't mention save games there. That's because the Keep doesn't require your old files, but instead invites you to recreate your story by running through a list of recapped moments from across the series, picking the responses your hero chose.

Dragon Age: Inquisition The Hero of Thedas Official Trailer

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Demons plague the world and terrorise the people of Thedas. The faithful cling to their belief in the Inquisitor, who must lead a team of legendary warriors into battle and bring the conflict to an end before it’s too late. Every war has its heroes. What kind of leader will you be?

New Dragon Age trailer highlights three companions; Iron Bull, Sera and Dorian‏

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Dragon Age: Inquisition creeps ever closer to release, and Bioware is firing trailers at us like arrows from an elven longbow. My, that was a tortured metaphor.

The latest showcases Inquisition's chaotic combat and spiffy new graphics engine, and also highlights three of the companions you can recruit; Iron Bull, Sera and Dorian.

Meet the voice actress behind Dragon Age: Inquisition's no-nonsense Seeker, Cassandra

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You may remember Cassandra the Seeker from Dragon Age 2, in which she spent the majority of her time getting annoyed at rogueish dwarf Varric's tall tales in a between-chapter plot framing device.

There's no more such narrative trickiness this time around; Cassandra is hitting the road with the Inquisitor and his/her band of misfits in Dragon Age: Inquisition, and Bioware has released an interview video with voice actress Miranda Raison discussing what's in store for the no-nonsense warrior.

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