Dragon Age: Inquisition Gets Co-op

For the first time ever, you’ll be able to explore the land of Thedas with your real-life friends.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will be the first game in the series to feature a co-op mode. It will support up to four players, and allow them to take on different missions that will be separate from the main single-player campaign. The missions are designed with quick engagement in mind, which is a fancy way of saying that they’ll be action-packed.

BioWare points out that the single-player and co-op modes will be completely separate, so playing online with friends will not affect the solo campaign in any way. This is in contrast with Mass Effect 3, which featured a co-op mode that gave you new perks in the single-player game.

The studio has also confirmed that the co-op mode will feature micro-transactions. There will be an in-game currency called Platinum, which you can get with real-life money, and then buy new items. BioWare says that you’ll also be able to buy the same items by spending the gold coins you collect in the actual game.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will arrive November 18. You can pre-order it now by clicking here.

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