Dragon Age Inquisition will have a special edition ready for pre-purchasing in the months to come, ensured BioWare Creative Director Mike Laidlaw. The edition will be physical and it will most likely include itstatues, books and other unique and limited items resembling the series. For now, players can only choose between the standard and the digital deluxe editions. But as Laidlaw said, there will be a third option soon:
[quote]Hold tight. We’re looking at details about a physical special edition and should have them out soonish.[/quote]
Additionally, Lailaw unveiled another spoiler relating Inquisition’s characters. Apparently, at least one unidentified personality from the novel book Dragon Age: the Masked Empire will appeard in the upcoming game: “I’m on the record as saying that at least one Masked Empire character appears in DAI, so, yes!”
it will be available on October 7th for PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
They haven’t even shown the game to be an improvement over the last. Just very basic, and VERY small steps that came with the extra hardware. But hey, let’s all go buy the special edition for a game they haven’t really shown us.
THIS is what Bioware thinks of you. They know you well enough to buy anything before seeing the game itself. Don’t forget to pick up your Inquisition T-shirts, dog tags, necklaces, over priced figurines, pencils, pens, posters, lithographs, hoodies, shoes, wallets, key chains, sweatpants, snow goggles, toques, hats, coffee mugs, messenger bags, DA themed Risk, pint glasses, mugs, flash drives, flasks, belts, leather jackets, and moronic chibi statues for the low low price of your savings and your soul. This is what Bioware thinks of you, folks, quit supporting them. They haven’t made a good game in years, they don’t want to make good games. They want to put in less effort with stupid advertisement campaigns to sell games. The sad part is that they make less money, and hardly sell any more copies.
You are a terrible human being if you consider buying this, especially if you pay for this special edition before they’ve even shown the game.
You sound like you are a blast at parties. If you don’t want to buy the game, don’t buy it. Sue your venom elsewhere! I’ve liked, no loved, every game they’ve made and I will almost certainly pre-order this one.