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Post by Dan @ 11:09am 12/06/14 | 4 Comments
If Tuesday and Wednesday were the days for E3's big announcements here in Australia, then today has been for fleshing them all out. We have another extended gameplay video for another hotly anticipated title here, with 10 minutes of gameplay footage and a bunch of developer commentary for Dragon Age: Inquisition.

BioWare took to Twitch for a livestream of its upcoming fantasy RPG, showing a gameplay segment with a Qunari player character wandering through forests, fighting dragons and managing his party, followed by a chat with te game's creative director Mike Laidlaw and executive producer Mark Darrah.

Eurogamer thoughtfully capped the stream for us, and you can watch the embed from their Youtube channel below.




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Enska
Posted 12:16am 13/6/14
No talk of the deep roads, massively disappoint :(
That was something I fell in love with in origins, thought it was such a cool take on the dwarven side and made me think about some of the awesome underground scenes in lotr :P
ravn0s
Posted 10:41am 13/6/14
looks incredible. they really did learn from da2.
deadlyf
Posted 11:08am 13/6/14
Stopped watching after a while, too many spoilers.

Finally a Bioware game where you can jump. I was worried about their understanding of "Open World" when I saw the character pretty much walking down defined paths all the time but hopefully the ability to jump won't be accompanied by a massive amount of invisible walls.
tel
Posted 08:52pm 15/6/14
Looking forward to this game.
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