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Video: Crafting and customisation in Dragon Age: Inquisition

Sheath the one that I want.

"Crafting and customisation in Inquisition are the deepest in the series," announces BioWare in a Dragon Age video just aired.

We've seen some of the face shaping stuff before, but we haven't really looked at the alchemy system, nor the schematics in armour crafting or rare materials being applied to weapons.

Lots of menu-based tinkering, then, and fortunately for Inquisition, those menus are lovely to look at - the objects spinning in 3D (as in Skyrim) so you can preview what BioWare's artists have created.

Dragon Age: Inquisition hits platforms old and new - PC, PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 - on 21st November.

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