Dragon Age Inquisition officially releases on November 18th, and outside of the closed Keep beta, many people were wondering how their saves would transfer from past gen to current gen consoles. Have no fear! The Dragon Age Keep has finally opened its beta to everyone.
Dragon Age Keep open beta has officially begun! Log in at http://t.co/WaHZnKP5hT and enjoy!
— Dragon Age Keep (@DragonAgeKeep) October 29, 2014
For those who are not too sure what the Keep is, it is a creative platform which allows you to pick and choose the events that occur throughout the first two games. It’s a world state customizer, perfect for the gamers who may have played multiple different storylines (like me) or those who haven’t been able to complete the first two games in the series.
In addition, the Keep includes all of the DLC present for the first two games, which is fantastic for those who may not have been able to purchase the extra content when it was previously released.
Once you’ve finished designing your Dragon Age world, all you have to do is export it to Inquisition. The simplicity of it all is wonderful, and it is nice to know that I won’t have to replay the first two titles just to create specific world states.
If you’re interested in trying out the Keep, head over to the official website and hop in! What kind of storylines did your characters develop in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2?