Dragon Age: Inquisition is a 2014 action role-playing video game developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. The third major game in the Dragon Age franchise, Inquisition is the sequel to Dragon Age II (2011). The story follows a player character known as the Inquisitor on a journey to settle the civil unrest in the continent of Thedas and close a mysterious tear in the sky called the “Breach”, which is unleashing dangerous demons upon the world. Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s gameplay is similar to its predecessors, although it consists of several semi-open worlds for players to explore. Players control the Inquisitor or their companions mainly from a third-person perspective, although a traditional role-playing game top-down camera angle is also available.

The release of Dragon Age II was met with a mixed reception from players who lamented the loss of the complexity of the first game, Dragon Age: Origins (2009). BioWare sought to address player feedback for Dragon Age II as a major goal, which influenced the design decisions of its sequel. Ultimately, BioWare wanted the third Dragon Age game to combine the elements of the first two games in the series. Having begun development in 2011.

There are three class in Dragon Age: Inquisition i.e.

  1. ROUGE
  2. Mage


Rogues are by far the best class in Dragon Age: Inquisition. There are two types: dual-wield rogues, who work with daggers, and archer rogues, who work with bows and arrows. The former are better for close-range attacks and the latter are better for range attacks, but both deal rapid, repeat damage


Mages are stationary in Dragon Age: Inquisition, so it pays to employ the tactical map feature and place your party members exactly where you want them in battle, whether your Inquisitor is a mage or you have a mage NPC (Dorian, Vivienne, or Solas) in your party. This class hits faster than warriors, but mages are better for range attacks than close-up combat, and it’s easy to get stuck in the middle of a spell while you’re being rushed by an enemy.


The Warrior class in Dragon Age: Inquisition  is pretty clunky. It consists Two Handed weapons and make you move a little bit slower than your party members nad swords and shielf machanics are little bit okay. Reavers thrive bloodshed in battle and get increasingly brutal as their enemies go down, specially if they have taken hits themselves.

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