Dragon Age: Inquisition Multiplayer confirmed

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This November’s role-playing game Dragon Age: Inquisition will be the first entry in the core series to offer multiplayer, developer BioWare confirmed today through IGN.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will feature a cooperative multiplayer mode for up to four players, and though it may share some similarities with Mass Effect 3‘s multiplayer option (which the Dragon Age team definitely enjoyed), it is “significantly deeper,” according to the report.

The game’s multiplayer mode is designed to be enjoyed in 20-30 minute play sessions. There will be three multiplayer campaigns, and each will be available at launch. These campaigns will take place on a large level, with smaller sub-sections, and are randomized to create new experiences every time you play.

When you complete a multiplayer quest, the gold you find along the way can be later spent on treasure chests, which will give you items like recipes, new equipment, and more. A total of nine heroes will be available in Dragon Age: Inquisition’s multiplayer mode at launch–three for each mage/melee/archer class.

BioWare producer Scylla Costa said Dragon Age: Inquisition’s multiplayer mode will include “lots of DLC” featuring new heroes and more levels. But don’t expect to have to pay extra for any of this or sign up for a subscription. “It’s all free DLC for everyone,” Costa said.

However, if you do want to speed up your progress, you can spend real-world money to purchase the game’s virtual currency, known as Platinum. Costa assures fan, though, that, “Nothing is behind a paywall.”

The fact that Dragon Age: Inquisition has a multiplayer mode is not altogether a surprise. A survey from February asked fans if they would like to see a multiplayer mode introduced in the game.

Dragon Age: Inquisition launches November 18 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, andPC. That’s an entire year after the game’s original release date of fall 2013.

Source: Gamespot

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