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Dragon Age: Inquisition available five days early on EA Access

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Dragon Age: Inquisition will be available to EA Access subscribers on Nov. 13, five days prior to its public release on Nov. 18, publisher Electronic Arts announced today.

As usual with EA Access, EA is limiting players to a six-hour trial during that five-day window. Players will be able to create their own hero, form their Inquisition and wander around the world of Thedas. The game's co-op multiplayer missions will also be open for players to check out. And all progress will carry over to the full version of Dragon Age: Inquisition, should players buy it.

EA Access, which EA launched in August, is available exclusively on Xbox One. For $4.99 a month or $29.99 a year, the service gives subscribers access to an ever-expanding Vault of catalog titles such as Need for Speed Rivals and Peggle 2, and offers limited-time trials of full games up to five days before release. EA Access customers also receive 10 percent off all EA games and add-on content through the Xbox Games Store — so, for example, subscribers could buy a digital copy of Dragon Age: Inquisition for $53.99.

Dragon Age: Inquisition will be available to everyone Nov. 18 on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Windows PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. For more, check out our impressions of the game's first five hours.