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Dragon Age: Inquisition free to download and keep right now, no subscription needed

Dragon Age: Inquisition free to download and keep right now, no subscription needed

Now is the time to return to Thedas

The time for a Dragon Age revival is now. After 10 years of dining on the previous three games, we’re finally drawing closer to the launch of the new instalment.

Consequently, now is the ideal time to return to the older Dragon Age games; assuming you haven’t already.

Epic Games is on hand to ensure that playing at least one of those titles is easy peasy. Oh, and it’ll cost you nothing.

It's almost time for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf...

This isn’t just a case of getting the base game – which would be a fine deal on its own – you’re also getting all the DLC and exclusive items.

Here’s the full list of what you’ll receive with the GOTY Edition:

• Base game

• Flames of the Inquisition Arsenal, Armor, and Armored Mount

• Dragon Age multiplayer Deluxe Edition chests

• Skyhold Throne, Red Hart Halla and Bog Unicorn

• Jaws of Hakkon DLC Pack

• The Descent DLC Pack

• Trespasser DLC Pack

• Spoils of the Avvar: 5 new mounts, 2 new sets of armor, and new options to personalize your base at Skyhold.

• Spoils of the Qunari: An armored war mount, new armor sets — including 1 in the style of the Arishok — and Skyhold items.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is by far the most popular of the franchise, especially for those who entered the fandom later. I’m not saying it’s the best game out of the three, just that it delivers the smoothest and most contemporary experience.

Ideally, you’ll want to play all three of the previous games before Dreadwolf launches to be fully prepared. However, Inquisition is a fantastic starting point if you want a quick and easy route into the franchise.

EA has recently teased a 2024 release for Dragon Age Dreadwolf, meaning it’s all hands on deck if this proves to be the case.

After 10 years, players are ready to set off on a new adventure; one which will see them tangle with someone they once considered a friend.

Naturally, all eyes will be focused on BioWare when this happens. Much like Rockstar Games and GTA VI, fans will be scrutinising every single detail; anything less than perfection is going to cause backlash.

But those worries of whether Dreadwolf will live up to the hype aren’t what matters right now – playing DA: Inquisition is.

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