Dragon Age: Inquisition Is More Diverse Than This Country
No, I’m not talking about race because let’s rather not open that box in an election year. I’m talking about the fact that Cape Town is the most amazing place on Earth, Durban is a sweaty hive of diseases and Johannesburg is a wasteland. South Africa is pretty geographically diverse but it’s got nothing on Dragon Age: Inquisition.
The game’s environments include a sunken ancient elven city; a gloomy, mossy forest; and an enormous, shattered bridge. Those aren’t just varied, they’re each very unique and very interesting locales to explore.
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Accompanying the submerged city was the following text on social networks: “Here lies the abyss, the well of all souls. From these emerald waters doth life begin anew. And thus was mighty Arlathan cast down, its people swallowed by darkness – never to rise again.”
It makes you want to dive right into the world of Inquisition. Dragon Age: Inquisition is expected on PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One later this year.