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Dragon Age: Inquisition to Have Multiplayer

Posted August 28, 2014 by Kat in News

Coming on the heels of BioWare’s recently announced new multiplayer property in Shadow Realms, the studio has another surprise, with the addition of a multiplayer mode in their upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition.  The RPG will feature a co-op mode that the developer describes as “an action-packed dungeon-crawling four-player co-op experience.”

Tasks to be accomplished in this co-op include acquiring and completing missions from specialists, collecting gold and loot, crafting items, and unlocking additional characters, weapons, potions, armor, and the like.  BioWare has explained that their goal is to “make a fun dungeon-crawling experience that you can play with your friends.”  They also went on to say that there are “no pay walls” and that “everything is accessible with gold coins.”  Though real-world currency will also be accepted.

The studio has also said that the co-op mode won’t affect the single-player campaign and vice versa, as each will exist as an independent entity.  “We wanted to make sure that the two economies are separate, which will allow a stronger progression in both SP and MP.”  However, the same was said for the multiplayer in Mass Effect 3, which did result in some indirect carryover from the MP to the SP, so if such potential could affect Inquisition we might have to wait until the game’s release to find out.

BioWare’s full FAQ regarding the game’s co-op mode can be found here.

Source: Polygon

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Kat aspires to be the ultimate crazy cat lady. But until that day comes, she remains faithfully committed to her PS3 and Wii, and spends far too much time online arguing about Star Trek. She can also occasionally be found posting under the pseudonym AmaltheaElanor.

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