Dragon Age: The Last Court available for free

Dragon Age: The Last Court, a free-to-play digital card game, is available to play for free online. Not only does it fill in the gap between Dragon Age 2 and Inquisition, it can also fill in the time before the game releases next week.


Our Dragon Age: Inquisition review  is in, but the game is still a week away from release. To help pass the time, check out a new free-to-play story-driven card game called Dragon Age: The Last Court. Accessible using your EA Origin login and found through The Keep, this game fills in the time between Dragon Age 2 and Inquisition. You play as the ruler of a fiefdom named Surault and using advisors like the counsellor, bodyguard, lover, or accomplice, will take on the day-to-day problems that arise. 

The rules are:

"Spend actions to draw cards. Make choices on cards to steer the story and restore your land's honor. You have a bank of twenty actions, and regain one every twenty minutes. If you want to play more quickly you can purchase Dawn to refresh your actions. You can also spend Dawn for a second chance if you fail, or to quicken your access to lucrative Market Day cards."

Dragon Age: Inquisition releases for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4, and PS3 on November 18th.

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