Video Explains How Dragon Age: Inquisition Lets You Carry Over Past Choices

Free Dragon Age Keep web app launches today in beta ahead of RPG's release on November 18 for consoles and PC.

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Upcoming role-playing game Dragon Age: Inquisition does not let you directly import saves from past games, but a free service called Dragon Age Keep provides a nice workaround.

We've already heard lots about Dragon Age Keep, but BioWare today launched a beta for the platform and released a video (above) that aims to get you up to speed with how it all works.

The free web app (available on PC and consoles), allows players to create a customized Dragon Age historical world state, which carries over choices made in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II. Dragon Age Keep lets players make over 300 key decisions so that you can "recreate your story" however you see fit.

Dragon Age Keep offers something of a questionnaire that covers choices made in the first two Dragon Age games. Your choices play out as part of an "animated journey" through a special series narrated by Inquisition companion Varric Tethras.

"Dragon Age Keep is an opportunity for players who are both new to the franchise and those who have played past games to forge the key moments in the lore, creating a personalized and customized experience when Inquisition launches starting on November 18," BioWare Edmonton and Montreal general manager Aaryn Flynn said in a statement.

You can get started with Dragon Age Keep today through its website.

Inquisition is coming to Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC. You can listen to the game's epic theme song right now.

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