Dragon Age’s Full Trilogy Available at 90% Discount on Steam

The Dragon Age franchise sale has been dubbed as an attempt to attract more players ahead of The Veilguard’s launch. The trilogy’s price has been reduced to $9.97 from the usual $100 in an effort to get as many people as possible to play the games. Post the Summer Game Fest trailer, although not well-received by many, subsequent closer looks at the game resulted in favorable comments, leading to increased interest in trying out the Dragon Age trilogy. For those interested in only specific games from the trilogy, all three games – Dragon Age Origins, Dragon Age 2, and Dragon Age Inquisition – are available to buy on Steam with a discount applied.

The discounted prices are $2.99 for Origins and Dragon Age 2, and $3.99 for Inquisition. This presents a good bargain regardless of individual opinions about each game. Even though Dragon Age 2 is considered the weakest, at $3, it still represents good value for money. Dragon Age: Inquisition, the third installment in the action RPG series from BioWare, serves as a sequel to the events of Dragon Age 2 and involves traveling the continent of Thedas to seal the ‘Breach.’

Although The Veilguard’s release date is yet to be announced, the discounted pre-existing trilogy will only be available until June 27 on Steam. After that, the price is likely to revert to the full $100. It is advisable to take advantage of the current discounted price now, even if you do not intend to play the games immediately. The trilogy can be added to one’s gaming backlog and be available to play when desired.

The original release in 2009 set the foundation for the Dragon Age universe, introducing the Dark Spawn and a diverse cast of characters.

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