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Dragon Age Inquisition Class Specializations Detailed by BioWare
BioWare might not be sure about the resolution and FPS that Dragon Age Inquisition is going to run at, but they are sure about the class specializations for your character.
In fact, the official website of the game now has a page dedicated to show you what kind of a character you will have after you have chosen your preferences among the races and classes.
Talking about the class specializations, we have been told that for each one of the three classes that you can choose from in Dragon Age Inquisition, you will have three class specializations.
Let’s start off with Mages, they will let you choose between Enchanter who can summon blades from the Fade to use in protection and defense; Necromancer, these can put fear in the enemies and bring in spirits to fight for them; or lastly, Rift Mage who can twist the Veil to use it on the enemies, they draw power from Fade.
Then there is the Rogue Class. The first specialization you can choose is Artificer, they pop up in unexpected places and lace the battlefield with traps and mines; the second is Assassin, fond of the shadows, they are quick and deadly with the kill and can even use indirect means of an assassination; lastly we have the Tempest, the unpredictable alchemists who are fast, chaotic and even mad when it comes to facing enemies.
Our last class is Warrior for which the specializations include Champion, resilient and strong defenders that are tough to kill and hard to survive against; the Reaver are deadly warriors who are bloody and brutal, you hurt them and you will pay; in the end we have Templar, specialists against demons and mages, they are strong against enemy magic.
Dragon Age Inquisition is slated or a release on November 18 in North America and on November 21 in European Union. Do check out the website to see what class specializations and races would you prefer.