Following EA’s decision to push Dragon Age: Inquisition back a month, BioWare has now made the decision to also push back the release of Dragon Age Keep, the tool that gamers will use to bring their data and decisions from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 over to Dragon Age: Inquisition, which makes sense, I guess?
BioWare announced the delay in a blog post saying, “to coincide with the November 18, 2014, launch of Inquisition, we will also be moving the Keep’s launch date. Accordingly, we’ll be extending our beta program, meaning there’s still plenty of time to get involved with the Keep.” BioWare has since launched the beta for Dragon Age Keep, so if you haven’t signed up yet you can do so right here.
Dragon Age Keep acts as more of a tool for players to shape their games narrative without the need to open up the game, this also ensures that regardless of what platform you play on, you’ll always have your Thedas the way you made it. Though BioWare are tacking the monumental task of choosing entrants based on their answers and experience with past games, not on a first-come first-served basis. “Participants are selected based on their application responses, not on a first-come first-serve basis. This way, we can make sure that we have users from multiple platforms and with varying levels of experience with Dragon Age games,” read the blog post.