Pumped for the latest Dragon Age? Well, EA have announced this week that players signed up to EA Access will be able to jump into a 6-hour trial of Dragon Age: Inquisition from next Thursday, November 13th.
The game launches worldwide on November 21st, meaning EA Access subscribers will be able to jump into Thedas a week early. If you end up buying the full game, you'll be able to pick up where you left off from, too.
EA Access currently costs £3.99 per month, or you can pay an annual price of £19.99, and is currently only available on Xbox One. Subscribers will also get 10% off of the price of a digital copy of Inquisition and all of its DLC, meaning you can now snap up a digital copy for £49.49, although that's not exactly the cheapest price we've seen (Amazon currently have the game for under £40 inc. the Weapons Pack DLC).
Regardless of when you start your game, though, be sure to spend some time in Dragon Age Keep, setting up the world to your liking, and creating a tapestry of choices from the previous games. You can check out the video embedded above for a little runthrough of what to expect from the Dragon Age Keep.