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‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ class-restricted abilities, Nevarra and more discussed

‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ class-restricted abilities, Nevarra and more discussed
‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ class-restricted abilities, Nevarra and more discussed
Electronic Arts

The creative director responsible for “Dragon Age Inquisition” has further commented on several of the elements from the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One video game. According to a report from Gameranx on April 6, Mike Laidlaw was asked by a fan if players will be to use the picklock ability without having to choose the rogue class.

‘Dragon Age Inquisition’
Electronic Arts

The creative director responded by confirming that “certain abilities” will be restricted to specific classes. He went not to suggest that the fan should become a rogue or use a party member in order to use the picklock skill. You can find a few screens showing some of the character classes from the action role-playing game with the slideshow gallery located to the left side of the article and the response below:

Certain abilities like lockpick are still class restricted. Take a rogue, or come back with one.

Another enthusiast wanted to know if the country of Nevarra can be visited in “Dragon Age Inquisition.” Although Mike Laidlaw stated that it can’t be traversed directly, he also hinted that the area is going to be “referenced heavily” in the story. You can view his answer below:

Nevarra's not a playable space in #DAI. It's referenced heavily, but you won't go there directly.

The sequel does have five major regions to explore, however, as it will be a bigger game in terms of size when compared to “Dragon Age Origins” and “Dragon Age 2.” The development of “Dragon Age Inquisition” should be completed in time for a fall release later this year in North America and other regions.

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