Play as a warrior, mage or thief and assemble a team of 10 heroes to take on a new evil.
A Dragon Age 3 survey which has emerged from an unverified source has revealed that players will assume the role of the leader of The Inquisition.
As a warrior, mage or thief players must assemble a team of up to 10 heroes in order to take on a new evil. The survey also mentions online and cooperative modes, finishing moves and the ability to control four party members concurrently.
The survey also features what is said to be a plot synopsis for the third game in the hit series, asking participants to indicate which bit they liked the sound of.
"The great nation of Orlais, the most powerful empire in Dragon Age, tears itself apart in civil war. The stout men and women of Ferelden struggle to recover and reclaim their nation from the horde of vile Darkspawn that lay waste to its lands a decade ago. The Templar order has broken away, claiming the church has become too lax in policing the dangerous powers of the mages. The Mage circles have rebelled, believing the Templars have become too strict, too zealous in their duties, and too quick to slaughter those who step out of line.
"The world of Dragon Age is one on the brink of collapse, and when a desperate gathering in the name of peace becomes the epicentre of a magical blast that decimates the Chantry's leadership, it becomes clear that someone or something is manipulating events to drive the world into chaos.
"From the ashes of that explosion, something new rises: The Inquisition. As the Inquisitor, it falls to you to build up your power and martial your forces, uncover secrets and build connections across the world. You must explore forgotten spaces, uncover ancient mysteries and uproot those who would destroy the fabric of the world."
The plot sounds plausible, but with no official word from EA or BioWare it's best not to treat the information as fact just yet.