Dragon Age Inquisition EA Access Early Trial Coming November 13 For Subscribers

By Matthew Buzzi , Updated Nov 03, 2014 05:56 PM EST
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One of the benefits to EA's Access program is early access to upcoming titles, which allows you to play them a few days before release.

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Such is the case with the approaching Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game is due out. November 18, but EA Access subscribers will be able to play on the 13th, five days early. EA Access is, as always, only available on Xbox One--Sony opted to not participate in the program.

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The early access trial is limited to six hours of play, so don't burn through it all in one sitting, unless that's your thing. You're a paying subscriber, and we can't really tell you what to do.

The trial is available to every EA Access member, even those who didn't order the game. Progress will carry over to the full version, though, so your six hours of progress won't be wasted.

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