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With the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition preparing to launch on several new platforms that the previous two games weren't on, importing saved games to continue your story might not be viable, so BioWare has devised a new method, an import tool being referred to as Dragon Age: Keep.

Not much has been disclosed officially about Keep as yet, but the software is reportedly being beta tested and at least one of the alleged testers appears to have leaked some screenshots that show what is essentially a questionnaire to build your own world-state (thanks VG247).

Hit the thumbs for the full gallery. Dragon Age: Inquisition is scheduled for launch on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on November 21st 2014.





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