Dragon Age: Inquisition Web App Delayed, Closed Beta Extended

Web-based companion app Dragon Age Keep to launch alongside Dragon Age: Inquisition, no end date given for beta extension.


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Dragon Age Keep will be delayed to coincide with the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, BioWare has announced. BioWare's blog confirmed the "companion web experience" closed beta will now be extended, but didn't specify an end date.

Dragon Age Keep allows players to create and modify game saves, bringing over their choices from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II. Players can then import the world state into Dragon Age: Inquisition. Since announcing the companion app, a closed beta for Dragon Age Keep has run for several months.

Gamers can apply to enter the closed beta at dragonagekeep.com. Players interested in Dragon Age Keep can follow its official Twitter account for all the latest updates and announcements.

Recently, it was confirmed that Dragon Age: Inquisition would be delayed by one month. BioWare also said the game will have straight, bisexual and gay romances.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will be released November 18. Dragon Age Keep's exact release date is still to be confirmed.

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