Heroes & Champions, Rejoice: Dragon Age Keep Is Now Available Online For Everyone
Praise the Maker!
Dragon Age Keep open beta has officially begun! Log in at http://t.co/WaHZnKP5hT and enjoy!
— Dragon Age Keep (@DragonAgeKeep) October 29, 2014
Dragon Age: Inquisition comes out on November 18th, but don’t worry, Heroes of Ferelden! If you’ve forgotten the whole storyline, played the original two games on different consoles, or have just never played any Dragon Age before and want to catch up, the Keep is available online for free now.
Dragon Age Keep is basically a world state customizer, where you get to go through the stories of the first two Dragon Age games and all their related DLC, and make every choice in the game. If you’ve never played before (or if it’s been a while) some of the smaller choices might take some Googling, but it’s worth it. Even if you import save-games, though, you still have to go through and re-select all your choices!
When you make your way through the whole Keep, you’ll have a fully-personalized Thedas. All you have to do is click “Export to Inquisition,” and your new game will be ready to go—exactly the way you want it.
My human rogue Warden became Alistair’s queen, and my Hawke sided with the mages (and romanced Isabela). Tell me about your world state in the comments!
- Here are all the different romance options in the game
- Here’s the latest trailer
- Amazingly awkward sexy times details