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'Dragon Age Inquisition' character further detailed for PS4, Xbox One and more

'Dragon Age Inquisition'
'Dragon Age Inquisition'
Photo courtesy of Electronic Arts, used with permission

More character details have been revealed for one of the new party members in the upcoming multiplatform video game, "Dragon Age Inquisition." According to a report from Dual Shockers on June 21, Iron Bull will be voiced by Freddie Prince Jr. in the new action role-playing title, This will be the second time the actor will be teaming up with Bioware as he originally worked with the same studio in "Mass Effect 3" as the voice of Lieutenant James Vega.

Iron Bull is described as a mercenary in Thedas, a land where players will be exploring in "Dragon Age Inquisition." Freddie Prince Jr. also mentioned that his character does not actually like to follow orders, similar to how James Bond deals with authority. You can find a screen of the new character from the series' Facebook page near the top of the article.

Iron Bull is a Qunari, a race of creatures that are physically bigger than humans in the "Dragon Age" world. Both males and females have bronze skin, horns and white hair. For the first time in the series, players can also create the main character as a Qunari. Doing so should bring up some interesting scenarios, especially when interacting with other species. The other three race options are Elf, Dwarf as well as the aforementioned Human. Along with the main character, players can also recruit a diverse cast of pre-defined party members in the action role-playing game.

"Dragon Age Inquisition" is the biggest project being developed at Bioware, the same studio that also worked on the "Mass Effect" franchise. In addition to more customization options for the main characters, the development team also decided to expand the game world to give more opportunities for the players to explore. The story includes plenty of branching paths as well with multiple endings. The sequel is set to hit the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms later this year on Oct. 7.