Mark Darrah has clarified and further explained how endings will work in the upcoming multiplatform software product, “Dragon Age Inquisition.” According to a report from Gameranx on April 2, the executive producer stated that the previously-reported “40” number does not tell the entire story.
Mark Darrah mentioned that each epilogue have hundreds of “minor variations” based on various decisions that were made in “Dragon Age Inquisition” as well as the previous games in the series. The approximate 40 “major variations” are based on the more consequential choices. Finally, the sequel only has a “small number” of “completely unique” endings. You can find some screens of the video game with the gallery located on the left side of this article and the list of ending possibilities below:
- Minor variations based upon choices you make in the game or previous games. There are hundreds of these variations.
- Major variations based upon larger decisions in the game. There are about forty of these
- Completely unique endings. There are a small number of these
Bioware previously stated that they are investigating ways for players to import save data from “Dragon Age Origins” and “Dragon Age 2” to the third main entry. One of the solutions is “Dragon Age Keep,” an application where players can catch up on the story and set the world state for the sequel.
“Dragon Age Inquisition” is due for a fall release on the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One consoles. In addition to the endings, the sequel includes multiple playable races and branching paths to encourage players to replay the story again after completing it.