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Dragon Age Keep App Helps Transfer Save Files From Previous Dragon Age Titles to Inquisition
Dragon Age Keep is an application that will help players import their save files from the first two installment to the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition title.
By itself, Dragon Age: Inquisition offers no support for transferring save files. The game though takes place after the events of the previous two titles and hence most players would perhaps love to take across their previously made choices.
The Dragon Age Keep application will take into account all major decisions made by the player in the previous titles and then tailor the new world of Inquisition accordingly. This includes hero attributes, a variety of choices, fates and details of companions, results of a variety of quests, relationships, alliances and much more.
As an example, players can decide whether their character in Inquisition has experienced the events of the Dragon Age: Origins expansion pack Awakening, and decide what their hero did to the Architect character within the narrative.
BioWare has not revealed as to why the new title lacks the ability to transfer save files. It’s true that the studio was trying to distance itself away from the second installment which was lackluster to say the least. Perhaps that alone was the reason they thought to introduce Inquisition as a fresh beginning.
Dragon Age Keep is still in testing and more details might surface later. Dragon Age: Inquisition is set for release on November 18 for the PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC.