If you have Microsoft’s Xbox One console and a subscription to Electronic Arts’ EA Access subscription service you’ll be able to download a timed trial of Dragon Age: Inquisition on November 13th.
Electronic Arts announced the Dragon Age: Inquisition free trial for EA Access subscribers this afternoon in a short post on the Dragon Age blog. Xbox One owners who download the free trial through EA Access will be able to continue their progress in the final version of the game when it arrives on store shelves. That’s true whether they purchase digitally or at a store like GameStop.
EA Access costs $4.99 a month for Xbox One owners. With the service, users get unlimited access to a catalog of digital titles, discounts on new digital titles and early access to free trials. Dragon Age: Inquisition won’t be among the games that you can download free of charge, but is among the number of digital titles that’ll be 10 percent off if purchased through the Xbox Store.
Like past games in the franchise, Dragon Age: Inquisition is a role-playing game. In this game, players take on the mantle of an Inquisitor as they battle for the future of Thedas, a magical land with sages, dragons and all sorts of other magical creatures. Dragon Age: Inquisition arrives on the Xbox One on November 18th in North America and November 21st in the European Union. It’s also coming to the Xbox 360 and Sony’s PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4 consoles. It’ll cost $60 or $69.99 for a digital deluxe version.