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‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ main character voice, mods and more details posted

‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ main character voice, mods and more details posted
‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ main character voice, mods and more details posted
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More details have been posted in regards to a recent GameStar magazine feature on the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Dragon Age Inquisition.” According to a report from Gamepur on March 24, Bioware will be using different voice actors for the main character in the story.

Players will be able to choose between a male or female voice while creating their unique avatar at the beginning of the action role-playing title. However, they won’t be able to pair a male voice with a female body and vice versa.

Among the new abilities that players will be able to perform is jumping although they still have to use ladders to get to higher places. Rifts can also be created by the main character in order to summon demons.

Finally, Bioware also talked about the potential support of mods for “Dragon Age Inquisition.” Unfortunately, the studio confirmed that there won’t be any tools available to easily modify the upcoming title.

The software product is being developed on Frostbite 3, which also powered “Battlefield 4.” The creator of the graphics engine, Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment, previously stated that the first-person shooter won’t be supporting user-created mods as well.

Bioware is expected to ship “Dragon Age Inquisition” later this fall season for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in the North American region.