Bioware Releases Co-Operative Gameplay Footage for Dragon Age: InquisitionAugust 27, 2014
Following yesterday’s multiplayer announcement, Bioware has released its first co-operative gameplay footage and has given us a bit more information on what we should expect from Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s co-operative adventure.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will feature a 4-player co-operative adventure that is completely separate from the single-player campaign. At launch, the multiplayer mode will contain 12 characters spread across 3 classes (Warrior, Rogue, and Mage). Players will fight their way through three multiplayer campaigns; each of these campaigns randomly generates a larger level that comprises itself of several smaller sections. These randomly generated scenarios aren’t something new for multiplayer RPGs but it does add a sense of indefinite multiplayer.
Each of the games 12 characters will have their own distinct personalities and can be ranked up to level 20, after which they can be “promoted” to acquire additional Attribute Points for other characters. It should be noted that since multiplayer is completely separate from the single player Campaign there will be no trading loot between your Campaign and Multiplayer characters.
Bioware has very high hopes that fans will commit to the multiplayer and plans to add a sizeable amount of free DLC including new heroes and levels.
Dragon Age: Inquisition launches November 18, 2014 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and PC.
This article was written for publication on the GCE by Kyle Fisher