Dragon Age: Inquisition is one of the biggest releases of 2014, and it is getting harder and harder to contain our excitement, as the release date comes closer.
However, I hate to be the bearer of bad news but our fellow gamers in India won’t be able to experience the latest installment of Dragon Age.
According to EA, this decision was taken ‘in order to avoid a breach of local content law.”
“In order to avoid a breach of local content laws, Electronic Arts has withdrawn Dragon Age: Inquisition from sale in India. Unfortunately, that means we’re unable to fulfill your Origin order.
- All affected purchases for Dragon Age: Inquisition will be refunded. This applies regardless of payment method or date of purchase.
- Dragon Age: Inquisition may still temporarily appear in your Origin library, but it will be removed before its launch date.”
In the above statement, EA failed to point out the content laws that are being breached here. Furthermore, Dragon Age: Inquisition has been removed from all digital platforms such as, PSN, Xbox Live, etc.
And not only in India, there are some reports suggesting that the game has been canceled in the entire region, including Bangladesh.
This could be due to explicit content in addition to some sexual content related to homosexuality. Whatever the reason, the bottom line is, DAI won’t be officially released in India.