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Try Dragon Age: Inquisition Now on EA Access

Dragon Age: Inquisition releases on November 18 in North America, but if you’re an EA Access member you can play on Xbox One starting today!

Get a head start with DAI and download the game through the EA Access Hub app. You’ll be able to play for up to six hours, plus your progress and stats will carry over if you decide to purchase. EA Access members can save 10% when buying at the Xbox One Game Store.

Dragon Age: Inquisition puts you in the role of the Inquisitor, tasked with restoring order in a land on the brink of chaos. The game features a gigantic open world and a rich story full of unique characters, dynamic choices and customization options that help make DAI your own.

During the trial, in-game updates will let you know how many hours you have left to play. Binge and play all six hours at once or take your time and spread your gaming out over the next few days. It’s up to you.

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Sign up for EA Access now and get ready to lead or fall in Dragon Age: Inquisition!

 


 

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Comments (3)

  1. +1 -1
    I didn't know it was 6 hours in total, i bought EA Access for a year plus Dragon Age: Inquisition for the 5 days before release trial. I actually thought it was 6 hours a day until the game releases. So i used up my 6 hours the first day it was made available to play.
    Nov 13, 2014
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  2. 0 -1
    Same here i bought ea access and the delux edition of DAI and only got 6 hours x.x thats garbage
    Nov 14, 2014
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  3. Comment Flagged +1 0
    How did you guys like the game? EA access has an option for a month instead of the year. I Think the 6 Hours is fine, it gives you plenty of time to figure out if you like the game or not. I like the game. Plus, I think ea is doing a better job with their quality testing unlike ubisoft or other game companies putting out unplayable crap.
    Nov 15, 2014
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