Many people have been eyeing Dragon Age: Inquisition with trepidation, but that doesn't mean the game isn't without hype. Thus, BioWare and EA have prepped a special Inquisitor's Edition for the most diehard of Dragon Age fans. By "diehard," I'm referring to fans who would shell out $170 for a box of stuff.
That's right, the Inquisitor's Edition is a box wrapped in fake reptile skin bearing the mark of the Inquisitor, and it comes with a bunch of loose collectibles like Orlesian coins, "full scale" map markers with a cloth map, a "full scale" lockpick set, plus other random items. You'll even get a quill and inkpot to use with the Inquisitor's Journal, which I assume is blank.
Here's the whole package, listed for a standard $169.99:
- Highly detailed exclusive Inquisitor Collector's Edition case produced by TriForce measures approximately 8.5" x 13.5" x 14.5"
- Cloth map of Thedas drawn to scale measuring approximately 22" x 32"
- 72 card Major and Minor Arcana tarot card deck with custom artwork depicting mythology from Dragon Age lore.
- Inquisitor full scale, six piece, lock tool set
- One set of four full scale map markers each approximately measuring 3.5" x 3.5" x 4"
- Inquisitor's Badge
- Quill and Inkpot
- 40-page Inquisitor's Journal
- Orlesian Coins
- Limited edition SteelBook case to house your copy of the game
- Copy of Dragon Age Inquisition Deluxe Edition
The Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe Edition costs $69.99 on its own, meaning the collectibles make up $100 of the final price. For anyone who's curious, that $10 over the $59.99 standard edition covers DLC armor, weapons, mounts, the game soundtrack, and some yet-unannounced bonus content. Either way, I'm surprised EA didn't throw in an artbook for good measure, considering the grand total of $170 (rounded up).
Worth? Guess we'll see soon enough. Dragon Age: Inquisition comes out October 7 for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS3, PS4 and PC. Take a look at the gameplay trailer released last month.