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Take A Tour Of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Dynamic Landscapes

Dragon Age: Inquisition is still on track for a Fall 2014 release, and while a new trailer released today doesn’t show any new gameplay, it does offer a bit of eye candy. The team at BioWare has put together a short flythrough of the various locales you’ll be visiting in the next installment of the series.

According to producer Cameron Lee, Dragon Age: Inquisition’s territories will dynamically adapt to player actions. They’ll also feature destructibility and more realistic wildlife, in part thanks to the Frostbite 3 engine.

Additionally, creative director Mike Laidlaw confirmed to Gameranx that the PC version of the title will support controllers. This was an oft-requested feature in Dragon Age II.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is coming to Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC. For more, check out our coverage from the September 2013 issue.

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  • Whoa... pretty... O_O

  • DA2 was really boring... couldn't finish it, I liked Origins enough though. I'm hoping Inquisition is awesome.
  • Looks like they're saving a lot for E3. Either way I'll remain skeptical about this game until it comes out.

  • I can't imagine why you would want to use a controller for this. Having your spells on the number keys was much easier than the multiple buttons you had to push to see your spells on a controller.
  • Let's hope the gameplay and exploration can match those graphics. This and Witcher 3 look very impressive.

  • Looks incredible. Mind blown. Let's do this.

  • Hmm.. I thought this was 'next gen' exclusive. How disappointing.
  • Is it bad that seeing all these well rendered fantasy locations got me more excited to see what the next Elder-Scrolls will look like then Dragon Age?
  • i cant wait!!!

  • I'm excited to see where this game goes. It definitely looks like they have listened to fans and are working to build an interesting world to explore. I didn't hate DA2, but it was a step back, so I'm cautiously optimistic. Of course, I don't believe the issue with DA2 was the environments, but the half-assed characters.
  • yeah....fall 2014, until it gets pushed back to 2015

  • Well, at least the environments look pretty. I like the improvements and all, but for some reason it's looking less and less like Dragon Age. Maybe that's just a problem of not really seeing anything substantial in a while, but whatever.

  • This is one of those games where I feel sorry for anyone buying it on a Ps3 or Xbox 360. It's not going to look anywhere near as good as it does in this little trailer on those systems.
  • Fantastic! Can't wait to play on the next Gen. The detail!

  • The graphics look really good.

  • To a Dragon Age Lore nerd this video is amazing. I can pinpoint almost every location of this video on Thedas, and recognize every faction that said location belongs to. damn I love this world.

  • It looks great. So lets say this will be a huge hit critically. Will the next one be rushed to cash in; undoing all the work of this one?

  • cool

  • Love it! Trailer looks awesome.

  • I played the witcher 2 and I just can't get into the game, maybe because its a premade character and I like to control everything in my game, or at least some of it. Maybe the other half of the game was good but I just lost interest. However draagon age its just my type :) I have faith this one will be good, I won't care what reviews say later on because I will get it no matter what. The story and the world is amazing.

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