The fantastic theme is especially well suited to the role-playing genre. This is demonstrated by Dragon Age: Inquisition, a title that has surpassed the two previous deliveries, which seemed practically impossible given the very high quality that both overflowed.
The freneticism begins at the beginning of the game, a fact that says much about the pace that will lead the game that makes you a survivor and suspect of a catastrophe that has occurred in the form of a big explosion. You will soon prove that you had nothing to do with this despicable act. In fact, you will be in charge of repairing the damage so that humanity does not end up in chaos as a result of the evil that comes from the hole generated.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is one of those games that takes into account the various actions taken, so you'll have to think through the consequences that each one of them will have. Following the example of other role-playing titles, he poses a multitude of secondary missions in addition to the main one, offering countless hours of unparalleled fun whether you're a lover of the genre or passionate about fantasy. The sensation of freedom is palpable at all times, recreating extensive scenarios that are full of details.