Dragon Age: Inquisition Producer Clarifies "40 Major Endings" Comment

Mark Darrah says, "There are only a few completely unique endings."

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During E3 2014 last week, Dragon Age: Inquisition producer Cameron Lee said the ambitious upcoming RPG will have "40 major endings with additional variations." Now, Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah has clarified that statement, saying only a handful of the game's endings will be fully unique.

"Ending clarification: Most endings are major variations based upon your choices in the game. There are only a few completely unique endings," Darrah said. It remains unclear, however, how specifically these endings will vary.

Dragon Age: Inquisition launches October 7 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. EA launched a new trailer for the game at E3 last week and we previewed the game, with editor Tom McShea finding that the game overcomes the many problems of Dragon Age 2.

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