Gamers will have a variety of appearance customization options available when creating their playable character in Dragon Age: Inquisition. Joining a list of various equipment choices, such as armor dyes and the option to hide helms, Dragon Age creative director Mike Laidlaw confirmed on July 24 that the developer has now officially added visible quivers to the game from which archers draw arrows.
News that Bioware is still making additions to Dragon Age: Inquisition helps justify the title’s recent delay to Nov. 18. Originally scheduled to release in October, the launch of the next installment of the Dragon Age franchise was pushed back six weeks in order to give the developer more time to finish the game. While the delay may seem inconvenient to some, additional features like visible quivers may have otherwise never been implemented if Bioware wasn’t given the extra time.
Like the other armor and weaponry of the game, it is assumed that fans will be able to modify the appearance of their in-game quivers. In addition to altering their wardrobe in Dragon Age: Inquisition, players will also be able to customize the Inquisitor by shaping the title’s protagonist however they see fit. During character creation fans must choose form a variety of options including class and race.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will include three different playable classes each with additional subclasses that have unique skill trees. Also returning to the series after its absence in Dragon Age II is the ability to select the race of the main character. Gamers will have the choice to play as human, elf, dwarf, or qunari. To round out the customization process, fans can also decide what gender to make the Inquisitor.
With a new release date of Nov. 18, Dragon Age: Inquisition will launch on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, PC, Xbox 360, and Playstation 3. With larger focus on in-game exploration, the game will feature a larger map than what has been seen in previous entries of the fantasy series.