BioWare has announced that Dragon Age Keep will be delayed and would arrive in October. This is after the delayed release of Dragon Age: Inquisition.
?To coincide with the November 18, 2014, launch of Inquisition, we will also be moving the Keep?s launch date. Accordingly, we?ll be extending our beta program, meaning there?s still plenty of time to get involved with the Keep,? BioWare said.
Dragon Age Keep is a companion Web experience that allows you to customize your story choices across the Dragon Age franchise. This ensures that regardless of what platform you play on, you?ll always have your Thedas the way you made it.
On the other hand, BioWare said that since the last time they wrote about the Keep, they?ve launched a closed beta program. This program has been running successfully for several months now.
?We?re adding more and more users on a regular basis, and working with our testers has been instrumental in improving the overall Keep experience,? BioWare said.
The company also said that if?a player would ?like to get involved with the beta, all they need to do is to apply online at www.dragonagekeep.com.
BioWare said that participants are selected based on their application responses, not on a first-come first-serve basis. ?This way, we can make sure that we have users from multiple platforms and with varying levels of experience with Dragon Age games,? Bioware said.
On the other hand, if the participant failed to join in the beta, BioWare said ?don?t fret!? as the company still plans to launch ahead of Dragon Age: Inquisition to give gamers ample time to establish a world state ahead of time. The exact date is still to be determined and will depend on how the beta progresses.
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