[Sponsored Post] Become the Greatest Inquisitor In Dragon Age: Inquisition

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Attention: This post is sponsored, but all opinion is my own and is completely uninfluenced.

It’s been over a week now since Dragon Age: Inquisition launched, and it’s been well received by both fans and newcomers. On top of having an exciting cast of characters to interact with, there are some wonderful worlds to explore the game. Many players have been starting the game and getting engrossed in the Hinterlands, which is only the first open area available to explore.

It’s important to remember not to blow your load in this area alone. This game has so much to offer, and you’ll have a much better chance at becoming the greatest Inquisitor of them all if you explore everything on offer besides just one area.

Once you see how much there is to do in each environment in Dragon Age: Inquisition, you’ll see just how much content Bioware has offered up in this masterpiece. The fact that it’s all presented in a way that isn’t tedious or overwhelming is a relief, as many developers can get this wrong. You can see as much or as little of Thedas as you like, but exploring is so fun that you’ll more than likely spend some time out in the open between storyline quests.

Even little things like collecting plants and mining ore and other resources is exciting because you know the Inquisition reap the benefits of every single item collected. The progress bars are also a useful reminder of how well you’re doing out there.

Your lovely companions will also encourage you to explore the wonderful world by asking you favours. Being a resourceful Inquisitor means building good rapport with those around you; so aiding allies and helping out communities will do wonders for your karma in Dragon Age: Inquisition. You can then leverage your rewards to take on the evil antagonist that awaits.

Watch the trailer and follow my advice and you’ll be the greatest Inquisitor that Thedas has ever seen.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is out now on Playstation 4, Xbox One, PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.

Final Disclosure: “Post Sponsored by EA, all opinions are our own.”

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