Bioware Announces the Dragon Age Keep; Players Can Transfer Save States to Dragon Age: Inquisition

on August 28, 2013 4:10 PM

Mark Darrah, the Executive Producer of the Dragon Age series, announced on Bioware’s official blog a new feature called the Dragon Age Keep. This allows players to transfer over their moral choices, companions, romances and character’s legacy from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II to the upcoming Dragon Age Inquisition.

In the Keep, players can choose to customize as much or little about the world of Thedas as they want, and then import that saved world state into Inquisition at the start of a new game. And if players lost or corrupted their save files, they simply need to remake their old world in the Keep and save it for the future. The Keep also works to introduce players new to Dragon Age to the people, places and events leading up to Inquisition. Starting today, you can go here and register for the Dragon Age Keep’s beta.

Personally, this sounds like an excellent way to transfer over save states with the added bonus of having a backup in case save files are corrupted or lost.

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