Modders we know you love to create, so as part of a post Sponsored by Electronic Arts, we decided to do something a little different. Instead of modding the game, we thought an article on modding yourself would be interesting, by showcasing a cosplay how-to prepared by the talented youtuber Amie Lynn.
Time for the final photo shoot as the character Iron Bull, we hope you have enjoyed the series.
Time for the next photo shoot as the character Varric.
Yesterday we shared a cosplay how-to video, today we show you the finished result as the character Vivienne.
So if you've ever wondered how cosplayers do it, hold onto your hats and stop coding, we've got a video that shows how an outfit is made. Check back tomorrow for more!
If you are new to Dragon Age, just know it is built on the stunning Frostbyte 3 engine, which is the same engine that powers Battlefield 4 so you can expect a vast world including ice-capped mountains, twisted marshes, and scorching deserts. For more information about Dragon Age: Inquisition, a next-generation RPG from BioWare, set in an epic dark fantasy world, we suggest you head to the official site. Oh and keep your fingers crossed Electronic Arts opens this game once again to user generated content.
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@multiplaura Congratulations Laura, can we see a picture of your pink armor?
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@greycloud777 Hi Anthony, how many of your armours have you changed the colour of so far?
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@ugobananas They are both well-written characters. It's great that you were able to connect with them :)
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@BIG_ORANGE_CAT That is great news. How are you enjoying the Dragon Age multiplayer?
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@AndrastesTits You're more than welcome. Also, Vivienne looks amazing!
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