Following a semi-leak last week, Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee has shared more details about Dragon Age: Keep and to what extent it will allow players to alter their decisions.
Lee told VG247 that they’re creating a companion app for Dragon Age: Inquisition which will allow players to create characters from the previous two games and remake decisions and actions that they made in the past.
It solely depends on players whether they want to tailor a specific decision or hundreds of them. Once these decisions are made, the game world will adjust itself accordingly and take all those decisions into consideration:
The beauty is that if you’ve lost your saved games, or if you want to go from 360 to PS4 then you can do that now, whereas if you just used the saved games you wouldn’t be able to. It’s pretty cool.
The app will feature a plethora of images and narrative texts to aid players remember the decisions they made in the past. Furthermore, it’ll automatically warn players if their two decisions are contradictory.
Lee also stated that the app is specifically designed for players who want to carry their progress and new fans should carry on with the world the way it is.
Scheduled to release alongside Dragon Age: Inquisition, Dragon Age: Keep will launch on Nov. 18, 2014.