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Dragon Age: Inquisition Impresses With Graphics, Open World and Of course, Dragons
Dragon Age: Inquisition at E3 brings number of new details on the game, with a lot of focus on the huge open world and improved combat mechanics.
The world is large and just as Skyrim, you will discover locations when you finally reach there. However, to make your travel easier through the country of Ferelden, the game will feature horses but it is still unknown whether there will be an option of fighting on horseback or not.
Conversations in Dragon Age: Inquisition has Mass Effect series feel, as you are prompted to choose from two to six available choices.
Visually, the game looks absolutely fantastic with extremely detailed environment and characters created using the power of Frostbite Engine 3.
Menu in the game has also been reworked as every major option is available on the click of a button so that you don’t have to bother yourself with numerous useless loading screen.
Finally, as you would expect, there is a dragon fight but this time, you will not be just randomly attacking it and hoping that it will die before you are killed, instead you and your companions will be targeting limbs to wear Dragon down and tire him so that it loses its agility.
All your companions will help you take down the enemies so choose the them wisely as the outcome of battle depends upon their abilities. However, Dragons are extremely difficult foes and even a little of complacency can prove extremely costly.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is shaping up to be an amazing experience for the players as we move closer to the release date for the game, and we hope that all this wait was worth it.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is scheduled to release for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC on 7th of October.