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Dragon Age Saves "Will Absolutely Come Across" To Inquisition

Posted on Thursday, July 25 @ 07:52:31 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


BioWare has confirmed that Dragon Age: Inquisition will in fact pull your save data from the prior games and shape the world based on the decisions you've made.

Producer Cameron Lee revealed this tidbit of news during PAX Australia, saying that player's saved content "will absolutely come across," emphasizing the fact that the decisions made in the first two games "will matter" in Inquisition.

Carrying over saves for those who wish to play the game on Xbox One or PS4 may prove to be an issue, but those who've been playing the games all along on PC will undoubtedly be able to take advantage of this benefit without a problem.

Are you psyched for the next entry in the Dragon Age franchise? Let us know in the comments below.

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