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Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a 6-hour Demo and Free Multiplayer

Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a 6-hour Demo and Free Multiplayer

Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a 6-hour Demo and Free Multiplayer

Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a 6-hour Demo and Free Multiplayer

 

Dragon Age: Inquisition has just gained a 6-hour Demo and Free unlimited us of the game's Multiplayer. While this trial is only available for a limited time only, it is certainly worth trying.

Dragon Age; Inquisition's Multiplayer is pretty meh, but the ability to play 6 hours of one of the best RPG games from the past year for free is no doubt a great deal. With 6 hours a player will be able to get between 5-10% through the game, depending on how much the player would like to go through side-quests. 

  Dragon Age: Inquisition gets a 6-hour Demo and Free Multiplayer  

A free demo for a game is a thing that is becoming increasingly rare these days, so it is very good to EA let players give Dragon Age a try, even if it is for a limited time. 

A 6 hour demo will not allow players to see the best parts of the game, but it allows players to easily asses whether or not it is a worthy purchase. 

 

You can join the discussion on Dragon Age: Inquisition's Free 6-Hour Demo on the OC3D Forums. 

 

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15-07-2015, 11:59:28

Jbo1234
Good on EA. As much as EA do moves, they do offer the most demos and free game time of any big publisher at the moment.Quote

15-07-2015, 17:02:19

NeverBackDown
I actually bought the game. It's well worth and 6 for this kinda game certainly isn't enough. Worth the 6 hours you'd play anyway!Quote

16-07-2015, 07:03:45

fadingfool
Installed this last night - only just going through DAII (seems unfinished to me with lots of shortcuts taken) so will get around to this sometime soon. 6 hours should be enough to see if it's worth waiting to pick it up in the next EA sale Quote

16-07-2015, 07:31:35

yassarikhan786
Given my experience with previous Dragon Age games, 6 hours isn't all that much. Having said that, it's much better than what everyone else is/is not offering.Quote
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