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Dragon Age: Inquisition Producer Clarifies Save Importing through Dragon Age Keep

Dragon Age Inquisition
BioWare’s upcoming RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition is expected to come out in the second half of this year. Yet, there is a lot to be known about the game and its features, for instance the Dragon Age Keep.

Industry veteran and the executive producer for the Dragon Age series, Mark Darrah decided to clarify features that the Dragon Age Keep will offer.

He was asked over his Twitter whether Dragon Age Keep will be available for Dragon Age 2.

He said you couldn’t import ‘into’ Dragon Age 2, but you could set up story flags in DA2 so that you could position the state of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s world.

We already know that the Keep will help you maintain your personal choices in the new games.

Parallel to that he was asked whether the PS3 version of Inquisition would support Dragon Age Keep, the answer was yes. The same guy had also asked whether saves could be imported from the first two Dragon Age games but Darrah chose not to answer that.

The best part of his recent tweets was when someone asked him if there were any “new, juicy details that are so good you just can’t keep them to yourself,” guess what did Darrah say? He said, “it is set in an age,” and “there are dragons.”

Dragon Age: Inquisition has not been given a release date yet, but it has been confirmed for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.