Okay, I’m going to need you all to take a deep breath here. Count to four, inhale. Count to four, exhale.

The official trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition is finally here, and with it comes more familiar faces than you can shake a Staff of Parthalan at.

Of course, we’ve got some great screen time with new characters as well, including an up-close-and-personal shot of the wonderful and current fan favorite, Dorian. But the most exciting thing? Well, feast your eyes on the trailer and see if you can catch it:

Whoa. If you’re not lining up for the midnight release right now, I’m not entirely sure we can be friends. So, did you catch our friends? Or should I say, did you catch yourself?

That’s right! It looks as though we will be seeing some great action with our very own Warden and Hawke. You know, those guys and gals you sunk hundreds of hours into? Yeah, them.


This can most certainly be taken as great news. With Dragon Age II‘s unclear ending, BioWare left gamers a lot of space to speculate as to what exactly became of their personalized protagonist. With the apparent presence of Hawke, it’s almost certain that the choices you make made in the franchise’s previous installments will bear significant weight in the world of the Inquisitor. Also, let’s take a moment to think about how ridiculously fantastic it is that BioWare has chosen to include a female Hawke. It’s the little things, ya know?

Dragon Age: Inquisition looks like it’s shaping up to be one the boldest and exciting games in the beloved franchise from the famed Mass Effect developers. With an ever-diverse character roster and a brand new, expansive world to explore, we may as well say goodbye to reality once this game drops.

Dragon Age: Inquisition hits shelves November 21st for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.


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Emily is a writer, designer, and professional sassmaster with roots in Georgia. When she's not selling her soul to the writing gods, she's researching new topics, kayaking, and annoying the general population. She one day dreams of ruling the Seven Kingdoms, and can often be found arguing with herself in the third person.

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