The highly anticipated Dragon Age: Inquisition will see an EA Access trial for members beginning on November 13, a full five days before the game’s release date.
As was the case with Madden 15 and other EA Access trials, players will only be able to play Dragon Age: Inquisition for a total of six hours, and will be able to create their character, form an Inquisition, and begin adventuring in Thedas. According to the official EA Access website, players will see their progress made during the trial carry over to the full game if the full game is purchased. EA Access members will also get a 10% discount for Dragon Age: Inquisition if purchased through the Xbox One Store.
EA Access is available via the Xbox One store for a monthly fee of $5. Users will gain access to exclusive EA demos, EA game discounts and the ability to play full versions of EA games from the vault, including Madden 25, Need for Speed: Rivals, and Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare.
Unfortunately for PS4 players, EA Access is currently limited to the Xbox One. So, apparently, PS4 players will not be seeing a Dragon Age: Inquisition demo before the game releases on all platforms on November 18 in the U.S.