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Play Dragon Age: Inquisition before launch

Nov 13, 2014

The moment you’ve been waiting for is finally here. The trial for Dragon Age: Inquisition is now available to all EA Access members. Begin the battle for Thedas today, five full days before the game's release in North America.

Members can download the trial through the EA Access Hub app on Xbox One, and play BioWare's epic new RPG for six hours. Use this time to create your hero, start your story, and explore the living, open world of Thedas. Or take on missions with your friends in Inquisition's cooperative multiplayer mode—the choice is yours.

Since you're playing the real game—not a demo—your progress and stats will carry over if you decide to purchase the game at a later date. You can even save 10% when you purchase Dragon Age: Inquisition via the Xbox One Game Store.

During your trial, we’ll update you on how many hours you have left to play. Binge and explore the Hinterlands for all six hours at once, or take your time and spread your gaming out over the next few days.

Follow EA Access on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-date on the very latest. Not a member yet? Sign up for EA Access now and get your hands on Dragon Age: Inquisition today.

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