Dragon Age Inquisition Crafting Looks Way Cooler Than Second Game With Bombs And Poisons [VIDEO]
Inquisitors will be able to reclaim, loot, concoct, tinker with and invent fabulous contraptions in the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition. Moreover, they'll be able to equip all their party members with various doodads and outfits - a function missing from Dragon Age 2.
The incredibly pared-down Dragon Age 2 did away with a lot of customizing - crafting was essentially reduced to finding recipes on your travels, bringing them to crafters (or merchants with crafting abilities, really) and having a new thing to buy. Along with the inability to switch out party members' gear, this made some Dragon Age fans quite annoyed. Dragon Age: Origins for dummies, they said!
Well, fret no more, my good friends, as this new video straight from BioWare shows us that this inability to play dress-up with your dwarven and qunari friends is a thing of the past. I'm especially a fan of the dwarven Village People cosplayer that pops up, which, unfortunately doesn't seem to be Varric. The best party member of all time (debate this in comments below) will be able to go around in stuff like a "Carta jacket", which is the Thedas equivalent of a Crip do-rag, so count your blessings.
Check out the embedded video below for a gorgeous glimpse at Dragon Age: Inquisition's crafting and customization, including the Inquisitor lobbing some Witcher-esque grenades. Dragon Age: Inquisition is coming to PC and consoles of the current and next-gen on November 18 and 21 for North America and Europe, respectively.