Dragon Age: Inquisition is Game Informer’s September cover

Multiple player races, customizable armor and more.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is the cover of Game Informer’s September issue, the magazine’s website has revealed.

“The third installment of the Dragon Age franchise casts players as the head of the Inquisition,” the announcement reads. “A recently resurrected organization charged with rooting out corruption and evil in the land of Thedas.

“As the game begins, the Inquisition has plenty to investigate. War, scheming, and political strife have left the major power groups in the Dragon Age universe unable to operate effectively, which is a problem when a hole opens in the sky and demons begin pouring out.”

The announcement also boasts that the game will feature “large and varied environments,” “customizable armor” and the return of “multiple player races,” as BioWare is said to be “addressing feedback” from previous games.

The Game Informer website has a video preview for its upcoming month of online coverage of the game. Watch that below.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and PC.

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