Dragon Age Inquisition’s Map Size: Each Level Is As Big As Dragon Age Origins

Inquisition will probably redefine the word ‘massive.’

Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age Inquisition was showcased in full glory at last week’s E3. We have no doubts that it was one one of the best games showcased at E3 besides the likes of Witcher 3 and Sunset Overdrive. GamingBolt got the chance to speak with Mike Laidlaw from Bioware who is the creative director of the game and among the various topics we discussed, we got to know how big the map will be in Inquisition.

Not only does Dragon Age Inquisition looks absolutely gorgeous but its map size is absolutely massive. But is it bigger than the one we found in Origins and Dragon Age 2 combined? The entire region from Dragon Age Origins will fit into a single level of Inquisition. Now that is massive.

“You can take the whole of [Dragon Age] Origins and the level we are demonstrating today and it will fit, all of it. The game is a multi-regional open world, it’s not like one big space. But if you travel you will come across places which are full of demons or may be a desert. They all have a distinct feel. So ye, if you can fit one game in one of the levels, we can fit of two of them with no problem in Inquisition,” Mike Laidlaw said to GamingBolt.

That is impressive.

Dragon Age Inquisition will release across a number of platforms including PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC on October 7th.


  • DarthDiggler

    Hmmm this game is starting to intrigue me.

    Although I don’t know what people see in Sunset Overdrive. :)

    • Jessica Pitt

      It just looks like a fun shoot ‘em up game-similar to left for dead or dead rising, but not as serious…

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