Dragon Age: Inquisition Available On November 13 For EA Access Members

by Mike Futter on Nov 03, 2014 at 09:05 AM

Xbox One owners that have opted into EA Access will be able to start their Dragon Age: Inquisition adventure a few days early. While everyone else is waiting until November 18th to play, you’ll be able to get a head start.

EA Access members can start playing on November 13, five days early. Your early play is limited to six hours, so you’ll have to save the all-nighters until the game is available to the public.

The trial is available to all members, even if they’ve not pre-ordered the game. Progress will carry over to the retail version.

For more on getting ready for Dragon Age: Inquisition, check out our guide to some of the more obscure decisions you might have made in previous titles. You can also learn more about Dragon Age Keep, the mechanism by which you’ll lay the foundation for your quest.

[Source: EA]


Our Take
EA Access continues to be a smart idea that’s implemented fairly well. Given the ability to pre-order digital games via the consoles, it would be great if players that had done so were given unfettered access. For them, the six hour period isn’t so much a trial as a maddening time limit after committing to a purchase.