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As promised, we have our full Dragon Age: Inquisition interview for you with Australia's own Cameron Lee, who serves as a producer on the game.

One of the major topics discussed beyond a lot of very geeky lore and narrative pieces, is the idea of hardcore invested Dragon Age players being able to carry over Saves from previous entries in the series, and that it is at this stage an unlikely outcome.

"Direct Save Imports... I just don't know," Lee says with a sigh. "I hope we get there, but right now I'm not too sure. There's so much work still to be done."

Dragon Age Keep will probably take its place, allowing players to look at hundreds of narrated choices to work out the exact path their previous character took through the games instead. You can sign up for the beta of Dragon Age Keep now, though apparently the current number of people is quite low.

The rest of the interview, as mentioned above, goes into a lot of lore and story behind the inquisition itself, as well as game-world politics and much, much more.

Click here for our full interview with BioWare's Cameron Lee.



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