While fans eagerly await the release of “Dragon Age: Inquisition” in the fall, some die-hards can order a kit to create a real-life Inquisitor helmet.
The helmet kit is listed on Etsy for about $180. It was made by Allen Amis and Sarrah Wilkinson.
However, customers will “require the buyer to do all finishing work which includes: assembling the helmet, which is shipped to you in four pieces – the helmet, the two wings, and the dragon head, to ensure safe shipping … some minor filling, sanding, padding, and painting will be required by you,” reads the helmet listing.
And in recent days, there’s been little news or updates from BioWare about progress on the RPG.
There’s no specific release date set. BioWare has just said it will come out in Autumn.
Earlier in February, “Inquisition” character kits were released on BioWare’s website.
“ We want to give fan artists–cosplayers, illustrators, painters, writers, cake decorators, everyone–access to detailed, descriptive, high resolution character designs before the game is released,” it reads. “These will be distributed so you can have them available online or print them out and keep in your garage, workshop, sewing room or creative space to reference.”
A full guide was included in the BioWare post.
The first guide was released for Morrigan in a ball gown. However, in “Inquisition,” Morrigan won’t be a playable party member, but she’ll have a significant role in the game.
The game will be released for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Windows for PC.