Featured here is a video that reintroduces Cassandra from Dragon Age Inquisition. Who is Cassandra, you ask? Why she’s the same Cassandra Pentaghast that played a prominent role in Dragon Age II.
In the video, Cassandra’s voice-actor — Miranda Raison — explains how the character has grown in the time between the two games. Guess what? She still considers Varric a pain, although she has some respect for everyone’s favourite dwarf. Learn more about her:
Dragon Age Inquisition’s producer Cameron Lee has stated that the game could take players up to 200 hours to complete, assuming they want to experience everything there is to offer. Those who have less time on their hands can finish the main campaign in 20 to 40 hours.
“People could burn through it and just do the main path, but we wanted to have a world that’s fully immersive and well-defined for you to explore, discover and get involved in”, he said. “We want you to see you decision have an impact and take shape in the world.”
In case you didn’t know, Dragon Age Inquisition is an action role-playing game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. It fuses elements of the last two Dragon Age games — Dragon Age Origins and Dragon Age II — to deliver a richer, more streamlined experience.
Dragon Age Inquisition has larger environments than its predecessors, offering much more opportunity for exploration. Multiple races are playable — human, dwarf, elf and Qunari — as well as both sexes.
Combat is a bit different, however, and focus more on a player’s ability to prepare, position and form a cohesive team with his or her party members. Fewer repetitive finger strikes are required, but more thinking is involved. Tactical view makes a return from the previous games and is an integral part of combat.
Dragon Age Inquisition is playable on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.