Dragon Age: Inquisition Trailer: Taken by the Horns
Though no gameplay details are given in this trailer, based on what we've seen of The Iron Bull, you can probably expect him to be a nigh-indestructible, two-handed melee meatbag of mayhem— one whose motivation is the bottom dollar given that his response to a demon invasion is that there's "money on the horizon." We're already looking forward to the ludicrous amount of fan fiction players will probably write after trying to romance this broad-chested slab of beef.
Though many fans felt let down by Dragon Age 2 due to its claustrophobic setting, repetitive maps, simplified gameplay, and unfocused storytelling. Dragon Age: Inquisition, however, seems thus far like a promising installment in the grim sword-and-sorcery franchise. Whether Dragon Age: Inquisition is worthy of standing alongside Bioware's other legendary RPGs will be something players can decide for themselves when it arrives Nov. 18 on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PC.