Bioware has tweeted the cover for their upcoming Dragon Age title, Dragon Age Inquisition. We see a lone swordsman, overlooking a destroyed city, weilding a burning sword and casting a spell at a swarm of demons descending from the sky.
Speaking about the cover on his twitter, Dragon Age Creative Director Mike Laidlaw said that the Inquisitor, the character in the cover, is seen with his back at the viewer so that it doesn’t indicate on the race or gender of the character so it reflects on any character the player decides to create.
— Dragon Age (@dragonage) April 21, 2014
Bioware released a trailer in March, taking a brief look at the new world Thedas and the invasion of the Demons called Fade-Born. Save files from the previous titles can also be loaded in Inquisition, which will change the world based on the choices players made in the first two titles.
Bioware is looking into ways for choices from the previous titles to be brought into the game without the use of save-files as well as the ability to import files between old and new generation consoles.
Unlike previous Dragon Age titles, Inquisition won’t include Downloadable Characters as DLC this time around, which is not that bad since the game itself will come with both new and returning followers from the previous Dragon Age titles. The game will also support voice command via Kinect on Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Dragon Age Inquisition will be releasing in Fall 2014 on the PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Playstation 3 and Playstation 4.