Dragon Age: Inquisition Gets New Trailer, Release Date

The long-awaited third entry in the Dragon Age series now has an official release date.

The new Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer shows off some epic monsters, some beautiful scenery, and plenty of dramatic dialog. Most importantly, it also includes a release date: October 7.

In Inquisition, you’ll play as the Inquisitor, the lone survivor of a cataclysmic blast. According to the game’s official site,

“It falls to you to restore order as you lead the Inquisition and hunt down the agents of chaos.”

While the trailer does look good, I wonder how many people are willing to give Bioware the benefit of the doubt in the wake of the uproar surrounding the ending of Mass Effect 3. We’ve seen plenty of comments here at GameFront from people who say they’re done with Bioware altogether. How about it? Will you give Dragon Age: Inquisition a chance?

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13 Comments on Dragon Age: Inquisition Gets New Trailer, Release Date


On April 22, 2014 at 7:16 am

I’m in the waiting camp for this. I’ll wait till December for it.


On April 22, 2014 at 9:14 am

EA wouldn’t be putting this out if the demand wasn’t there.

Bioware’s fanbase is just like the Call of Duty fanbase, they and moan about spawning and hackers and cheaters and having to pay for DLC but they still buy the content and the next released.

My body is ready. So are my save games.


On April 22, 2014 at 9:21 am

i wish people would stop calling mass effect 3 a bad game because of the ending. Overall it was a fun game even though multiplayer is a grind.


On April 22, 2014 at 9:23 am


No the fanbase is very different.


On April 22, 2014 at 9:31 am

@lol – let’s wait and see whether your confidence is rightly placed. Considering the many thousands of previously loyal BioWare fans who have stated their intent to ignore future releases, coupled with the comparatively poor sales for ME3 (causing the price to be slashed massively after only a few weeks) and almost non-existent sales for the trilogy set, I think you’re once again being overly generalising for the sake of playing devil’s advocate. But either way, every game is different and although I have absolutely no intention of getting this after being burned too many times already, I’ll still keep an open mind until the game’s actually been released and there’s some sort of consensus among the gamers who do take the plunge instead of the media.

Also, @theghetto: can you provide some insight into your comments in future? You didn’t make a point, you just contradicted lol but didn’t explain why. That’s a tactic I’d expect from…well, lol himself.


On April 22, 2014 at 10:07 am

I’m giving them the benefit of the doubt on that one. I won’t buy early, not before I see more of the game. Maybe some further previews and gameplay tests will make me change my mind, but at the moment I still plan to wait for post-release reviews before commiting to buy.
The challenge will to find enough info about the game, from trustworthy sources, without getting spoilers either… A simple ‘go for it’ or ‘stay away from it’ from GameFront’s team should suffice :)


On April 22, 2014 at 10:31 am

think its going to be a case of waiting for the complete edition


On April 22, 2014 at 11:47 am

Is that Morgan in the image? Damn it, she looks ugly now, I should have chosen Leliana :-(


On April 22, 2014 at 3:33 pm

The last fifteen minutes of ME3 were horrible, but I found that the rest of the game was so incredibly awesome that I’ll replay everything except the last fifteen minutes.

That being said. I loved DAO. DAII was a disappointment because of environmental reuse and traversing the same city fifty thousand times over. Combat and story were both good, tho’. So me – I’m diving headfirst into this one. Already preordered it.


On April 22, 2014 at 4:46 pm

I’m firmly in the wait-and-see camp. I’ve enjoyed previous BioWare games enough that I still think they can do something impressive, but getting burned badly twice in a row means I can’t risk getting too worked up about nice visuals and promises that they’ve learned from the past.


On April 23, 2014 at 1:55 am

Yeah, preorder now and you’ll receive the day one DLC!

always the same story.. no more trust in Bioware/EA..

at least from me.


On April 23, 2014 at 3:34 am

I have no trust left for Bioware/EA, I will admit the graphics look very nice and I’m sure the characters will be great as well, but that’s not going to cut it, it will need great game play and story too and I don’t think Bioware have that talent anymore. Or any respect for their fan vase for that matter.

That trailer don’t fill me with much confidence anyway so my money is being saved for the most fancy collectors edition I can get my hands on come The Witcher 3!


On April 23, 2014 at 10:04 am

Finally information about release date. I see that yesterday was a day of good information about the RPG. Dragon Age and Lords of the Fallen show us new trailer. I can’t wait for both of this game. Trailers looks very promising and interesting so now we can only waiting for this game or another good news about it:)