Xbox slashes the price of RPG Pearl to just 3.99 euros

You can now grab a popular fantasy RPG with well over 100 hours of gameplay in the Xbox Store – and for just €3.99. The role-playing hit Dragon Age: Inquisition is 90 percent off in the Game of the Year Edition.

The Dragon Age series has been offering RPG fans since 2009 Exciting adventures in a complex fantasy worldWith Veilguard, the next offshoot of the long-running series is already in the starting blocks – even if the latest trailer has left many fans shaking their heads.


Until the release of the latest part in autumn 2024, you still have to pass the time a little – how about with the acclaimed predecessor, Dragon Age: Inquisitionwhich currently costs just 3.99 euros in the Xbox Store.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is particularly cheap in the Xbox Store

In Dragon Age: Inquisition you have to Take on the important role of the Inquisitor and save the torn continent of Thedas – from a threat from a demon army and from themselves, because different parties are trying to grab power. So you gather your companions around you and take action. Many of your decisions have far-reaching consequences and determine how the story ends.

Watch the trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition here:

Dragon Age: Inquisition is with a Metacritic rating of 85, the second best game in the fantasy series. Only the original, Dragon Age: Origins, can barely beat it with 86. (Source: Metacritic)


The Game of the Year Edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition includes both the base game and numerous DLCs that offer you various armor, weapons and missions, among other things. You can now get the RPG in the Xbox Store until 17 June 2024 for 3.99 euros instead of 39.99 euros secure (view in Xbox Store)

Xbox bestsellers: game bundles are trending

Although Dragon Age: Inquisition has received a 90 percent discount, the fantasy RPG is not yet in the Xbox charts – but you will find some heavily discounted game packages like the Batman: Arkham Trilogy, the Metro Saga Bundle and a fighting pack with Mortal Kombat 11 + Injustice 2.

In addition to the new trailer for Dragon Age: Veilguard, the Xbox Showcase also featured news about a promising open-world shooter.