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Dragon Age: The Last Court is out and it's free

Dragon Age: The Last Court, a narrative-centric digital card game set in the Dragon Age universe, is now available for free.

Developed by Fallen London developer Failbetter Games, players can access The Last Court via EA's Dragon Age Keep customization service. The Keep is currently in open beta, allowin everyone with an Origin ID to access it.

The Last Court, revealed earlier this month by the studio, is designed to bridge the gap between Dragon Age 2 and Dragon Age: Inquisition. In it, players manage the affairs of court as the ruler of an eccentric fiefdom called Serault. Players can choose to play a counsellor, bodyguard, accomplice or lover, then attempt to juggle the problems of those who live within the kingdom.

Dragon Age Keep was announced last August. It allows players to change "as much or as little" as they want about how characters were modified, romance options, recruited companions and more. Cloud-based access also allows players to explore different scenarios from the previous game to examine the different consequences.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will be released on Nov. 18 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Windows PC. You can read Polygon's most recent interview with the game's developers here.

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