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Dragon Age: Inquisition Features Dragons With Different Personalities
Information about Dragon Age: Inquisition seems to be surfacing everywhere on the web. Some details have already been touched upon by BioWare, while others are relatively new and hence makes it all the more exciting to wait for the game’s presence at Gamescom 2014 later this month.
According to the latest edition of PC Gamer UK, each dragon you come across in the game will have a different personality and will behave accordingly.
BioWare has tried it so that each dragon behaves similarly to how animals react in real life. The dragon you’ve encountered could head back into its lair or become enraged by your presence, then there’s also the possibility that it simply wants you out of its cave and will stop chasing once you do.
These lairs of theirs can be easily identified by the player due to the dragon eggs around it.
In combat, each dragon limb has a separate health bar, while the dragon itself has a large life bar. Patience is the key here and players will have to take out each limb one at a time to allow for larger damaging blows. You can imagine that not all dragon battles will go easily.
The magazine also notes that when a dragon roars, it’s a sign that its going to breathe fire.
As for the character races, players must think hard before choosing one for themselves. A Human Inquisitor is acceptable in most social circles, while others may instigate negative actions from certain circles.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will be available on the show floor of Gamescom where fans will be able to see and play a demo of the game for the first time. The full game is scheduled for a release on November 18 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.