Dragon Age: Inquisition Creative Director Discusses Class-Specific Skills and Neverra

By   /   Apr 9, 2014

While replying to several tweets, Creative Director of Dragon Age: Inquisition Mike Laidlaw has confirmed that fresh players don’t have to play the previous Dragon Age games in order to understand the story as both the character and situation are completely new.

In response to another Tweet, he stated that the PC users who are planning on getting a controller – to play the game effectively – don’t have to do it since PC version will have a different interface than that of a console.

While talking about class-specific skills, he stated that certain class-specific abilities from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 will be returning in Dragon Age: Inquisition. In order to emphasize more on party-based gameplay, the lockpicking ability is restricted to Rogue class. So you must have one with you in order to pick a lock.

Since we’re on the subject of class-specific things, players will be able to buy Roll Move, but it will be a little different for Mages than other classes. Mages won’t be able to roll in the game, instead of that they would quickly dash to other locations (somewhat like teleporting to a short distance).

And lastly, when asked whether or not Country of Neverra will be visit-able in Dragon Age: Inquisition, he said that players will find loads of references to it, but players will not be able to visit it directly.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is slated to release somewhat in Fall this year for Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3, Playstation 4, and PC.

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