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Co-Op Multiplayer Coming to Dragon Age: Inquisition

BioWare proved that multiplayer can work well in its RPG offerings with Mass Effect 3 and the developer has announced today that it’s looking to replicate that success with the upcoming release of Dragon Age: Inquisition.



The news has been announced that the offerings will be similar to the wave-based combat found in the beloved Mass Effect 3 with players moving through randomly generated areas and fighting enemies together along with a Diablo-esque loot system. 

EA and BioWare are not planning a subscription plan for the multiplayer which is great news for fans of the game. The game will have microtransactions and currency is available to purchase, but add-ons like heroes will be delivered in free updates.

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