You can play Dragon Age: Inquisition five days early on EA Access

By Sherif Saed
3 November 2014 21:51 GMT

EA has confirmed that those with an EA Access membership will be able to play Dragon Age: Inquisition five days before its official release date this November.


EA posted the details in a blog post. Anyone with an EA Access subscription – which is only available on Xbox One – will be able to play the game November 13, five days before the November 18 launch. It is unclear if that period will be counted from each region’s release date.

The trial is six hours long and will give you access to both the single player and the co-op multiplayer portions. All progress will carry over to the full game if you buy it.

In addition, you’ll be getting 10% off the price of the digital version of the game, should you choose to buy it.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is out on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One November 18.

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