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Dragon Age: Inquisition Series

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AwardsGame of The Year (2014- The Game Awards), Best Role Playing Game (2014- Game Critics Awards)
GenresAction role-playing
ArtistsMatt Rhodes
WritersDavid Gaider
Game NameDragon Age: Inquisition Series
ComposersTrevor Morris
PlaymodesSingle-player, Multiplayer
Directed ByMike Laidlaw
Game EngineFrostbite 3
Produced ByMark Darrah
Release Date2014-11-18
Game PlatformsMicrosoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Publisher NameElectronic Arts
Country of OriginCanada
Publishers Websiteshttps://www.ea.com/games/dragon-age

The Dragon Age universe is a rich and expansive epic fantasy world known for its complex character narrative, complex story, and detailed world-building. Created by BioWare, the series consists of multiple video games, novels, comics, and more, all set in the same dynamic universe.

During the Age of Dragons, the world of Theda is filled with many races, such as Humans, Elves, Dwarves, and Kori. These races exist for power in societies governed by beliefs, customs, magic, and deep-rooted hierarchies. The universe is further complicated by a mystical realm called the Fade, inhabited by ghosts and demons.

Dragon Age's compelling plot often features political intrigue, moral dilemmas, big battles, and deep character relationships. From the noble Gray Wardens fighting the impending apocalypse in Dragon Age: Origins to the Inquisition's power struggle in Dragon Age: Inquisition, the Dragon Age universe immerses players in a wonderfully dark, wildly fantastical and deeply immersive world. .< /p>


The Dragon Age universe is a detailed fantasy world created by BioWare. It is full of different races, including Humans, Elves, Dwarves, and Kunari, each with their own unique culture, history, and conflicts. The world is full of political intrigue, economic strife, and social unrest, providing a vibrant backdrop for the RPG series. Magic in this world is both an invincible tool of power and a fleeting threat feared by those who cannot wield it.

The name Dragon Age refers to the current era of the game world's timeline, an era of turmoil and change where dragons have re-emerged after being thought extinct. From the scourge that threatens the land of Ferelden in the first game, Dragon Age: Origins, to the war between the Mages and the Temples in the third installment of Dragon Age: Inquisition, the story of the universe is wonderfully complex and engaging, engaging players. deep knowledge. and intriguing characters. It's a world of big decisions and dramatic conflicts, where players' choices can change the landscape and determine the fate of its inhabitants.


Dragon Age: Inquisition
2014-01-01 | Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon
2015-01-01 | Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One
Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent
2015-01-01 | Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser
2015-01-01 | Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, Xbox One


The Dragon Age universe is a rich and diverse world full of deep history and epic stories. Created by BioWare, it is primarily set on a continent called Thedas. Thedas has different regions, cultures and races, each with its own complex history and politics. The world is steeped in magic and full of conflict; an ancient battle between mages and templars, the threat of dark spawn that periodically resurfaces in a cataclysmic event called the Blight, to name a few.

Dragon Age isn't just about dragons, although they are extremely important. The term "Dragon Age" refers to the period marked by the first high dragon in centuries, and represents what scientists believe to be the end of days. The franchise includes video games, novels, comics, and an animated film, all of which add to the complex tapestry that makes up the Dragon Age universe.


Created by BioWare, the Dragon Age universe is a rich and immersive fantasy world for the popular RPG video game series. Set on the continent of Thedas, the universe is full of various races, including humans, dwarves, elves, and Hives. Despite fantasizing about magical and mythical beasts, Dragon Age storylines often involve real-world issues and gray moral choices.

The series has a huge story, including a pantheon of gods, ancient wars, political intrigue and ethereal realms. The branding of the story in all episodes is the player's relationships with party members and the influence of the player's choices.

At the heart of it all is the central conflict between mages, who are empowered to use magic, and the Templars, who are tasked with controlling and protecting them, a conflict that eventually leads to all-out war, in no small part. the plot of the game.

This dark, diverse and mature universe is one of the reasons why the Dragon Age series has been so successful and has such a devoted fanbase around the world.


The Dragon Age universe is a detailed fantasy world created by the video game studio BioWare. It is based in Theda, a diverse country with many political and cultural landscapes. With mages and templars fighting for supremacy, dwarves living in vast underground cities and elves trying to regain their lost glory, the world is full of strife and intrigue.

Each episode in the Dragon Age series allows players to explore a specific part of this complex universe, forcing them to make impactful decisions that shape the overall story. From the great halls of Orzammar to the sprawling city of Kirkwall to the majestic castles of Orlais, the universe of Dragon Age is loved for its depth and complexity.

The series has been praised for its character development, moral complexity, branching narrative, and incorporation of player decisions into the story. Choices affect not only the outcome of individual games, but also throughout the series, creating a personal and immersive experience.