Several representative at Bioware has further commented on the release of the upcoming multiplatform action role-playing game, "Dragon Age Inquisition." In a conversation through Twitter on May 15, a fan wanted know if the recently-announced Inquisitor's Edition will be available at other stores such as Amazon. Mike Laidlaw, the game's creative director, responded by confirming that the limited package will be exclusive to GameStop.
Mark Darrah also acknowledged that the PC version of the limited edition is currently unavailable in Europe. The executive producer of the franchise did reveal that the issue is being worked on currently, apologizing to customers who were affected in the process. The Inquisitor's Edition is known as the Uber Edition in Europe as both products contain the same physical and digital extras.
Mike Laidlaw was also asked if a female version of the main protagonist will be featured in an upcoming trailer. The representative confirmed that Bioware will be showing something in regards to a woman Inquisitor in the future. All of the assets shown so far in "Dragon Age Inquisition" feature a man protagonist. You can check out one of the screens showcasing the human male Inquisitor from the official Facebook page of the "Dragon Age" series with the picture near the top of this article.
In addition to the gender options, players can also customize the main character based on class and race. A variety of cosmetic customization features have been hinted by Bioware in the past as well. The development team should provide more details on this element in the coming months, perhaps even at the looming E3 2014 convention.
Bioware still has around five months left to complete the development of "Dragon Age Inquisition" as the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One action role-playing game is being released on Oct. 7. The software product will be published at Electronic Arts, the parent company of Bioware.