Players looking to get a slightly more robust version of upcoming BioWare RPG Dragon Age: Inquisition have at least one option open to them, as Electronic Arts today announced the PC digital deluxe version.
For a $10 premium--this version is priced at $69.99 on Origin--players get a variety of digital goodies. Those include a digital soundtrack and unspecific "digital content" still to be announced, as well as the Flames of the Inquisition DLC pack (consisting of new weapons, armor, and a mount) that will be offered to those who preorder the standard version of the game.
Also included are three items to help set you apart in the world of Inquisition: a throne made from a dragon skull called the Skyhold Throne, a horned mount called Red Hart Halla, and a Bog Unicorn mount, which is hopefully more intimidating than it sounds.
A proper physical collector's edition of Inquisition has yet to be announced, though BioWare continues to indicate one is coming. The official Dragon Age Twitter account sent out a tweet today saying an announcement regarding the collector's edition will be made in the "next few weeks." It also told fans eager to preorder the game today to hold off a bit longer if they were interested in the collector's edition.
One day after the game's box art was revealed, we learned today that Inquisition will arrive on all platforms --Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC--on October 7. While the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions won't look as good as the others, BioWare says the gameplay itself hasn't been compromised in order to work on those systems.
For more on Inquisition, check out GameSpot's newly published interview with executive producer Mark Darrah.