Dragon Age: Inquisition. Boy that one snuck up on me. The game is set for release November 20, but EA has just confirmed that the game will actually be playable this weekend at PAX Australia. A 30 minute demo will be made available to the public, focusing on the Hinterland area.
The EA Community players lounge on Level One is where the demos will be taking place.
I expect there might be quite a queue for that one.
"The entire BioWare team is delighted to give Australian fans the opportunity to get hands-on with Dragon Age: Inquisition," said Mike Laidlaw, Creative Director at BioWare. "The level of detail built into the game is outstanding and we’re excited to bring our game to PAX Australia and meet our fans."
The BioWare presences at PAX Australia is fairly sizable. Dragon Age: Inquisition is about as ubiquitous as it gets. There's the playable demo which we've already discussed, there's a Behind the Scenes panel on Saturday morning, a Q&A, and a developer signing on Friday afternoon. Mike Laidlaw, the game's Creative Director, Aidan Scanlan, Assistant Director of Design, and Mark Wilson, Lead Technical Designer, will be doing the rounds at these events.