Publisher Electronic Arts has today announced that BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition will be offered to EA Access subscribers as early as November 15th, five days before its public release on November 20th.
Like past early access titles, EA will be limiting players to just six hours of playtime during that five-day window. The six-hour trial lets you create your hero, form your Inquisition, and take your first steps into Thedas, exploring the world and battling evil in both real-time and tactical combat. The game's co-op multiplayer missions will also be available for players to check out, and progress will be carried over to the full version.
Currently EA Access is limited exclusively to the Xbox One, and tailed at $4.99 a month of $29.99 a year for the service. Since its announcement the catalog has expanded to include Need for Speed Rivals, Peggle 2 and of course various limited-trials to EA-published games. Members also receive 10% off EA games and add-on content through the Xbox Games Store.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will be launching on November 20th for us non-EA Access members, available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.