Whether or not you’re changing platforms for Dragon Age: Inquisition, you will need to recreate the world changing decisions that you made in the first two games. Those decisions will be kept in the Dragon Age Keep, which you can now go dive into.
I couldn’t even remember making so many decisions, but apparently I did in both Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II. You can go create your own unique gameplay tapestry over at Dragon Age Keep. You will need to login with your Origin account that you intend to use for Dragon Age: Inquisition in order to make use of these choices in your new game. I’m rather surprised that they didn’t institute save data transfers, but I suppose this is better – it has actually helped remind me which decisions I made… at least for my first play throughs. It also made me realize that all those side activities that I loved to do so much really were optional; plenty of people apparently never even encountered some of those rich and varied characters.
I will happily import all my decisions to my new world – I’m curious which of these will matter, and in what ways. It’s also nice to see how the tapestry weaves together, although it does remind me that there appeared to be fewer choices in Dragon Age II than Dragon Age: Origins. With Dragon Age: Inquisition promising to be so big, I’m hoping that EA will automatically store all those decisions through Origin or the Dragon Age Keep; I doubt that I will be able to remember and transfer that entire tapestry of choices.
Go, give it a try. Just realize that you might lose more time than intended as you re-make all those decisions.
Last Updated: October 30, 2014