More Dragon Age: Inquisition news?! You bet! We’ve mentioned new locales, the effect your character’s sexuality will have on the story, and the more recently announced release date delay to November 18th. Now, it’s time to talk multiplayer. Yesterday, BioWare announced the 4-player cooperative mode.
Electronic Arts released a trailer detailing the co-op multiplayer mode. The story of the cooperative mode will be separate from the single player mode, and can have up to four players. BioWare advertises twelve characters to choose from at launch, and a wide assortment of customization, ranging from skills, to armor, to even your weapons. More characters will be unlocked as players progress through the story, as well as more gear and items. Items unlocked will not carry over to the main storyline, however.
It is noted that real currency can be used to purchase items in-game, though all of it is unlockable and purchasable with in-game gold.
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And now we wait… for ever and ever, until November 21st (this side of the Atlantic puddle).
Not soon enough! *throws tantrum.*
That’s it! Go to the corner!