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BioWare Reveals the Number of Dragons Killed in Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition is one of those AAA space games released last year that actually worked and wasn’t infected with game breaking bugs.
Most of my time in the past 2 month has been spent playing Dragon Age: Inquisition and I have killed quite a few dragons during my time with the game.
Same will be the case with millions of other players who played this game, but just how many dragons have we killed? The answer to that question came from BioWare, who revealed the number on twitter.
As of today, 2,602,377 were killed by the Inquisition. Hopefully, animal rights protest won’t start all over Orlais, as 58% of these winged creatures were slain in that region.
Along with this information, BioWare also asked fans to seek the help of Fredric to locate Abyssal High Dragon. Moreover the most killed dragon in the game so far, has been Ferelden Frostback, while the least killed is The Highland Ravager which is understandable as this is one of the most powerful dragons around.
Going through DAI is not an easy task and if you need some help, check out our selection of Dragon Age: Inquisition guides.
There you have it! A large number of dragons killed and more to be slain in the future. Let us know which was the toughest dragon you encountered? Dragon Age: Inquisition is now available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.