Dragon Age Keep, The Companion Web Experience For Dragon Age: Inquisition, Is Postponed To Make Room For The Game’s Delay

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Dragon Age Keep rolling out later than expected

Dragon Age Keep, rolling out later than expected.

The companion web experience to upcoming game Dragon Age: Inquisition will be launched later than previously expected. This Dragon Age Keep delay was announced by developer BioWare in their official blog post on Tuesday.

Relevant to the November 18 release of Inquisition, the roll out date for Dragon Age Keep will also be moved. The game was initially revealed to come to Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on October 7. The dev has not disclosed an exact launch date for the Keep.

Gamers who haven?t heard about Dragon Age Keep yet can learn from what BioWare has to say about it:

“For those unfamiliar with the Keep, it?s 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.”

Apart from the news of the Dragon Age Keep?s postponement, BioWare has also announced that they are still looking for beta testers for Dragon Age: Inquisition. They mentioned that those whose signed up for the beta program will be chosen according to their responses to the application process; a first-come first-serve basis will not be followed. That way, the dev further said, they can ensure that players from different game platforms and with different levels can still experience the game. If you want to be part of the beta testing program, go here.

Previously made known to excited fans last August, Dragon Age Keep allows players to modify a lot or a little of how their characters will appear, the companion recruits, romance options, and a lot more. According to executive producer Mark Darrah, Dragon Age Keep can virtually keep track of all the player?s preferences and choices from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2.

BioWare has also launched a dedicated and official Twitter account where they will be posting regular updates about the game and the web service along with beta invitations to players. The Twitter handle is @DragonAgeKeep and you can follow it here.


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