In addition to 27 new screenshots and preorder information, you can find new details about the classes you can choose from. As in past games, each class also has advanced specializations for you to unlock.
For example, the Mage class has a specialization called the Knight Enchanter, which use “protective magics” and “blades of arcane force.” The Warrior class has the powerful Champion specialization, and the Rogue has the trap-wielding Artificer specialization. The names of the images on the site suggest other specializations will include the Templar, Reaver, Necromancer, Rift Mage, Assassin, and Tempest. Some of these sound like familiar Dragon Age territory, and we can’t wait to see what the others are like.
A few more details on romance options have also surfaced. So far, Cullen and Cassandra are the only two confirmed romance options, but now we can rule out a few names: the returning characters who were romance options in Dragon Age: Origins or Dragon Age 2 probably won’t be romance options in Inquisition. According to Bioware’s Mark Darrah, “you’re not going to have a romance option come back and certainly not have them be a romance option again because there’s a lot of baggage that comes with that.”
As an example of such “baggage” he suggests a player might be angry if a character they romanced as their Gray Warden is now available to be romanced by their Inquisitor, as if the old relationship meant nothing. Fair enough.
More details about Inquisition are coming out all the time, so check out the new screenshots on the site and share your thoughts in the comments below.