How long is a Dragon Age: Inquisition playthrough?

How long is a Dragon Age: Inquisition playthrough?

between 150 and 200 hours
Dragon Age: Inquisition will take players between 150 and 200 hours to complete all content, according to BioWare producer Cameron Lee.

How long does it take to get to 100 in Dragon Age: Inquisition?

If you include the base game and its 3 DLCs, it takes a minimum of ~120 hours to get 100% completion on Dragon Age: Inquisition. If you add in the DLCs, that number jumps to more than 150 hours.

Which is better necromancer or Rift Mage?

Rift Mage is better at manipulating the flow of a fight with their immense crowd control. But Necromancers can turn dead enemies against the others and deal high amounts of spirit damage. It’s really up to what you want to do. Dorian and Solas can fill the gap of whatever you don’t choose anyway.

How long is Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC?


Single-Player Polled Leisure
Main Story 47 6h 45m
Main + Extras 58 10h 09m
Completionists 28 10h 13m
All PlayStyles 133 9h 46m

What is the best mage build in Dragon Age: Inquisition?

Best Rift Mage Build in Dragon Age: Inquisition In the skill bar, players should make sure to have Immolate, Fire Mine, Fade Step, Ice Mine, Stonefist, Veilstrike, Pull of the Abyss, and either Firestorm or Mark of the Rift.

What happens if leliana is divine?

If Leliana becomes Divine, she has two different outcomes depending on player choice and whether her personality became “hardened” during her side quests, which will decide whether she is a compassionate Divine or a ruthless one.

Is it better to side with the mages or Templars?

Fans may have romanced some of them, or the player character is of the Mage class. Logically speaking, a Mage would probably prefer to choose Mages over Templars. Though Vivienne might disagree. Dorian and Solas obviously prefer the player choosing Mages over Templars.