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‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ producer clarifies ‘Dragon Age Keep’ and save importing

‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ producer clarifies ‘Dragon Age Keep’ and save importing
‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ producer clarifies ‘Dragon Age Keep’ and save importing
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Mark Darrah has further clarified several details in regards to the “Dragon Age Keep” feature for the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Dragon Age Inquisition.” According to a conversation that took place through Twitter on March 2, a fan wanted to know if the application will be made available for “Dragon Age 2.”

The executive producer responded by saying that it is “pretty unlikely” that players will be able to import save data from “Dragon Age Keep” to the second installment of the series as it would have required major changes to the video game. However, users can use the application to set story flags in “Dragon Age 2” in order to situate up the world state for “Dragon Age Inquisition.”

Another enthusiast also asked if the PS3 version of the upcoming title will also support “Dragon Age Keep,” while adding if the saves can be imported from the first two games of the series into the third installment. Mark Darrah only answered the first part of the question by confirming that Sony’s current-generation console can also use the application.

Bioware has not yet revealed the save importing plans for “Dragon Age Inquisition.” However, players will be able to use “Dragon Age Keep” to set up important plot points from the previous games that will effect the upcoming sequel. The third entry into the role-playing series will be launching later this year for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.