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Heroes of Dragon Age  



Heroes of Dragon Age is a free-to-play mobile game


10:00 PM on 08.19.2013
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Okay, that's a bit too harsh. Someone will find enjoyment in Heroes of Dragon Age, EA Capital Games and BioWare's cross-platform, free-to-play spinoff title for mobile devices.

As the name and first screenshots would suggest, Heroes will include familiar faces -- albeit in 3D figurine form. These figures will be acquired from "packs," which is an obvious fit for the business model and, hopefully, won't go overboard (e.g., blind boxes like whoa).

This game doesn't invalidate the existence of Dragon Age: Inquisition, sure, but it's not doing the brand any favors if looks are to be believed. "Unnecessary" is the word.

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