Dragon Age: Inquisition doesn't really have 40 endings

There are "a few completely unique endings" with variations.

Dragon Age: Inquisition having "40 major endings with variations" sounded a little excessive when producer Cameron Lee mentioned it last week.

It was. As suspected, there are a few major endings that, depending on the choices you make in the game, can be tweaked this way or that - hence numerous variations.

"Most endings are major variations based upon your choices in the game. There are only a few completely unique endings," clarified Dragon Age series executive producer Mark Darrah on Twitter.

Elsewhere, a video of a dwarf character exploring the DAI E3 demo - captured off-screen - has appeared online (on the DAI forum). It's embedded below but may not last long.

Also elsewhere, Alix Wilton Regan - the voice of Normandy receptionist (and potential lover) Samatha Traynor in Mass Effect 3 - has confirmed it will be her voicing the female main character in Dragon Age: Inquisition.

Also also elsewhere, Dorian was confirmed as a new NPC and he does in fact have a stylish moustache.

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