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Epic Games current free-to-claim game is Dragon Age: Inquisition – GOTY Edition

As usual, the Epic Games Store has a new offering for this week, and that is Dragon Age: Inquisition – Game of the Year Edition as a free-to-claim game. For a limited time, you can snag Dragon Age: Inquisition – Game of the Year Edition for FREE.

So, let’s talk about why this game is a big deal. Dragon Age: Inquisition is a winner of over 130 Game of the Year awards, it’s got a narrative that’ll hook you from the get-go, characters you’ll love (or hate, depending on your choices), and a world so rich you’ll want to explore every nook and cranny.

We’re talking Action, Adventure, RPG, which has the whole package. Single-player? Check. Co-op? You bet. You get to be the Inquisitor, the chosen one tasked with saving the world from itself. It’s all about making tough decisions, leading a band of champions, and navigating a land torn apart by war and a demonic invasion. No pressure, right?

In the game, you can find a massive world to discover, which talks about the size of Thedas. Thedas is full of enemies, caves, and other areas that you can explore. More details about the game can be found below:

The Game of the Year edition comes with:

  • Base game
  • Flames of the Inquisition Arsenal, Armor, and Armored Mount
  • Dragon Age multiplayer Deluxe Edition chests
  • Skyhold Throne, Red Hart Halla and Bog Unicorn
  • Jaws of Hakkon DLC Pack
  • The Descent DLC Pack
  • Trespasser DLC Pack
  • Spoils of the Avvar: 5 new mounts, 2 new sets of armor, and new options to personalize your base at Skyhold.
  • Spoils of the Qunari: An armored war mount, new armor sets — including 1 in the style of the Arishok — and Skyhold items.
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