Dragon Age free tie-in game now available

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Dragon age last court

I thought I would quickly log in to The Dragon Age Keep to check that reports on the game being live were true. Instead, I lost a whole bunch of time as I created my character and started playing. Now you can do the same, because The Last Court is available, absolutely free.

If you haven’t done so already, you really should head on over to the Dragon Age Keep. There you can recreate all your choices that you made in previous Dragon Age games – you can even create multiple worlds to replicate various play throughs. While that was a rabbit hole I easily got lost down, I’m even more enthralled by The Last Court.

When I told you about The Last Court, I explained that it’s meant to bridge the gap between Dragon Age II and Dragon Age: Inquisition. However, it doesn’t just feel like a filler experience. I’ve only just started and I’m already agonizing over my decisions as I try to lead Serault. It’s great to meet various characters and make all kinds of choices again. The Keep will record the decisions made, but the game it entirely optional; it won’t have an impact on your story in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Still, if you’re looking for something to tide you over until launch day, this certainly is rather fun. According to Bioware, the game should take an average of seven days to complete, if you don’t purchase the in-game currency to speed things up.

Oh, and there’s also this trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition. It shows off the Iron Bull’s strength and greed, and cements my decision that he will be one of my primary companions. I always like the Qunari, and Iron Bull is particularly interesting.

Last Updated: November 10, 2014

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