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Bioware is answering fan questions about ‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ this Tuesday

Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition
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Bioware plans to set aside a large portion of time this Tuesday to answer as many community questions that they can regarding Dragon Age: Inquisition. The developer announced on July 5 that the scheduled Q&A session will last for seven straight hours, in which key members from the team will be answering questions that fans can now submit. If there is anything that gamers wanted to know about this fall’s third installment of the popular fantasy franchise, this is their best opportunity to find the answer. However, don’t expect any story details or potential spoilers to be revealed.

The questions will be answered via Raptr all day long on Tuesday, July 8. Hosting the Q&A will be Dragon Age Lead Designer Mike Laidlaw and producer Cameron Lee. Fans are encouraged to star submitting their Dragon Age: Inquisition questions now so that the best ones can be sorted out ahead of time to be answered on Tuesday.

In addition to learning more about the series’ next entry, Dragon Age fans will also have the opportunity to win real-world prizes for submitting good questions. Raptr will be rewarding whoever they determine to come up with the best three questions will 1000 Raptr Points to spend on a variety of prizes from the community-driven website. More in line with the theme of the game, however, the three winners will also receive a signed copy of Dragon Age: The Masked Empire. The novel is written by Patrick Weekes who also serves as a writer on Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Dragon Age: Inquisition launches on Oct 7 for the Xbox One, Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, and PC. Like many upcoming Electronic Arts published titles, the game is currently being developed by Bioware using the Frostbite 3 engine. Players will be able to customize the protagonist of Inquisition to their liking with a variety of options including the ability to decide race, gender, and class of the main character.