If you are looking forward to getting some Dragon Age: Inquisition action when the game arrives on store shelves, perhaps you might want to spare some more money – to the tune of $170, to be exact, to bring home the Inquisitor’s Edition. BioWare and EA have come together to work on a special Inquisitor’s Edition which will cater to some of the most diehard of Dragon Age fans. After all, $170 is a whole lot of money no matter how you look at it.
The Inquisitor’s Edition will arrive in a box that has been wrapped in fake reptile skin, where it bears the mark of the Inquisitor, while sporting a slew of loose collectibles including Orlesian coins, “full scale” map markers with a cloth map, a “full scale” lockpick set, and other random items. Heck, there will even be a quill and inkpot or you to use with the Inquisitor’s Journal, now how about that for upping the realism ante?
For those of you who want something more “normal” in the sense of the word, the Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe Edition will cost $69.99 a pop, so the extra $100 that you pay for the Inquisitor’s Edition would mean the collectibles would cost that amount.