EA Access members get to play Dragon Age: Inquisition five days early

Dragon Age: Inquisition will be available for subscribers to EA Access five days ahead of its general release.

The game is released in the UK on November 21st but will be playable on Xbox One via EA Access from November 16th.

As is the way with EA Access trials, however, there is a catch – gamers will be limited to six hours game time. They will, however, be free in that time to create a hero, form a posse and explore the world of Thedas, as well as partake in some online co-op.

Progress will carry over should players buy the full game, too.

Last week EA said that EA Access is performing above expectations”, with COO Peter Moore adding: We’re seeing both empirical and anecdotal data that people now who are members of Access and of course, have access to games like FIFA and Madden, who’ve said that ordinarily they wouldn’t have gone out and bought them, are now experiencing them and enjoying them and our belief is the next time around when the games are launched, they will actually buy them.

It’s turning into an incredible sampling program for us if you will, and obviously the value for money is there.”

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