Here’s How Your Previous Decisions Will Affect Dragon Age: Inquisition
The great thing about BioWare’s RPG’s is how they connect sequels to their predecessors by having your previous decisions impact the new game. Say what you will about Mass Effect 3 but your decisions from the previous two games did have some ramifications, at least I think so.
BioWare even included a neat little catch-up interactive comic with Mass Effect 2 for PS3 owners who might not have played the first game. With Dragon Age: Inquisition there’s a slightly bigger gap to bridge – a generational one. Enter Dragon Age Keep.
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While it won’t let you directly carry over your saved games from the previous two games, Keep is a cloud-storage service which will allow players to craft the world as they left it at the end of Dragon Age 2. It’s a set of tools which allows users to customise the world to suit how they played before.
Upon starting Inquisition this data will be pulled down and implemented to customise the world around you without the need for a saved game although BioWare is investigating ways to utilise past saved games in order to streamline the customisation process.
Dragon Age Keep is currently in closed beta with a full release set for 2014. If you’re interested, feel free to apply here.