Play Dragon Age: Inquisition Early… If You’re in EA Access

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Xbox One users with EA Access memberships will be able to play a six-hour trial of Dragon Age: Inquisition five days before the launch date.

Five days ahead of its release date, Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s six-hour trial will be available to EA Access members on November 13, EA announced.

The trial includes character creation for the Inquisitor, formation of the Inquisition, the beginning of the journey through Thedas, and multiplayer. The progress made in the trial will carry over to the full game. EA hints members who participate in the trial will explore the Hinterlands where the mages and templars are fighting.

EA Access is EA’s subscription service only on the Xbox One. Sony decided EA Access did not represent a good value for PlayStation customers. EA Access costs $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year and includes a 10% discount on EA digital download purchases. The subscription service launched in August, when members were able to start playing catalog titles in the Vault.

EA Access allows members to play a limited trial five days before the release of other new games, so this isn’t limited to Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Dragon Age: Inquisition launches in North America on November 18, in Australia on November 20, and in Europe on November 21 on Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, PS3, and PC.

Source: EA

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