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‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ real-life helmet price and other details revealed

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Although “Dragon Age: Inquisition” has not yet been released, a few fans have already created a product for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One video game. According to a report from Gameranx on Feb. 11, a real-life helmet was crafted based on a head covering that was shown off for the action role-playing title.

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The product was created by Allen Amis, who built and sculpted the design. Sarrah Wilkinson, a popular artist known for dragons, also helped out by designing the dragon head, scale and spine markings. You can check out an in-game screen of the helmet, along with several other “Dragon Age: Inquisition” shots, in the slideshow located to the left of this article.

The helmet can be bought in two different iterations from the Etsy shopping website. The cheaper $175 option is the standard resin kit, which needs additional finishing touches. For $100 more, Allen Amis will help clean up and paint the product. However, both of the items will still need to be assembled as the creator decided to ship the helmets in four parts to assure safe delivery.

“Dragon Age: Inquisition” is most likely going to cost less than the head covering. The PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One video game will be published by Electronic Arts when it comes out in the fall season later this year in the United States.

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