New Dragon Age: Inquisition Screenshots Revealed Ahead of Livestream
Live demo will reveal a brand new region and showcase the character creation tool.
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Developer BioWare has released six new screenshots of its action-RPG, Dragon Age: Inquisition, ahead of its Twitch livestream.
The six images, found below, showcase some variants of The Inquisitor that players can create and customize, as well as various foes such as a sloth demon. Another image offers more of a glimpse into the character creation tool, showing sliders for a range of attributes such as horn style and face shape.
Further to this, at 10 AM PDT (6PM UK time), BioWare will take part in a livestream which is expected to showcase features and gameplay. Viewers can expect to see a live demonstration of the character creation tool, along with the reveal of a new "expansive environment which players will encounter on their epic journey to save Thedas from destruction."
Later in the stream's schedule will be a Q&A with the game's creative director Mike Laidlaw, along with its producer Cameron Lee.
Some highlights from the livestream are above, and the whole stream can be found on BioWare's Twitch channel.
Dragon Age: Inquisition launches November 18 for Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. The RPG was originally pegged to launch an entire year ago, before it was delayed to fall 2014. Its most recent delay, from October to November, was due to BioWare needing more time to fix some lingering bugs, according to Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson.
For more on Dragon Age: Inquisition, check out GameSpot's previous coverage.
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