There will be hacking and slashing in Dragon Age: Inquisition’s multiplayer, but no sex

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Dragon Age: Inquisition will have multiplayer in the form of 4-player cooperative missions. According to IGN‘s exclusive, BioWare’s swords and sorcery sequel will get a co-op mode similar to the multiplayer offered in Mass Effect 3. Dungeon-crawling players will get to fight baddies and gather gold in quests that consist of randomly assembled parts of pre-set levels. Collected loot can then be traded for treasure chests that contain cosmetic skins, potions, upgraded gear, and sometimes rare items.

Like Mass Effect 3’s multiplayer, BioWare says they are committed to keeping pay-to-win out of the economy and future multiplayer DLC like levels and new characters will be free. They will offer a way for players to purchase “time saver” currency with real money, but nothing will be required. Dragon Age: Inquisition launches on November 18th for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC.