Epic Dragon Age: Inquisition “Inquisitor’s Edition” Revealed By GameStop

The Dragon Age: Inquisition Inquisitor’s Edition is a massive, loot-filled package that’s for serious fans only.

It’s ironic in a way that while the digital era of video games has rendered boxes and discs largely obsolete, it’s also seen the rise of truly epic – and expensive – collector’s editions. Like the Dragon Age: Inquisition Inquisitor’s Edition, for instance, a recent addition to GameStop’s website that’s clearly aimed at only the most serious (and deep-pocketed) of Dragon Age fans. Behold!

The Inquisitor’s Edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition includes:

  • Cloth map of Thedas drawn to scale measuring approximately 22″ x 32″
  • 72 card Major and Minor Arcana tarot card deck with custom artwork depicting mythology from Dragon Age lore.
  • Inquisitor full scale, six piece, lock tool set
  • One set of four full scale map markers each approximately measuring 3.5″ x 3.5″ x 4″
  • Inquisitor’s Badge
  • Quill and Inkpot
  • 40-page Inquisitor’s Journal
  • Orlesian Coins
  • Limited edition SteelBook case to house your copy of the game

It all comes in an imposing faux-reptile-skin case, lined with imprinted red silk and stamped with the mark of the Inquisitor. And of course there’s a game in there, too: The Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe Edition, which includes a unique mount, soundtrack, the Skyhold Throne, the Flames of the Inquisition gear and other exclusive content.

The Dragon Age: Inquisition Inquisitor’s Edition is now available for preorder at GameStop or EB Games, depending on your location, but it’s not cheap: It’ll cost you $169.99 to bring this bad boy home. As I said – for serious fans only.

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3 Comments on Epic Dragon Age: Inquisition “Inquisitor’s Edition” Revealed By GameStop


On May 13, 2014 at 5:09 pm

I generally don’t buy these but this has me tempted.


On May 13, 2014 at 11:25 pm

Ares – same here. I don”t see the digital extras being worth much, but the physical ones are kind of awesome.

Andy Chalk

On May 14, 2014 at 9:49 am

I love physical goodies like this. I very rarely buy digital, but I’ll happily spring for a solid CE.