2 Million Dragons Killed In 'Dragon Age Inquisition'

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The hunt is on in Dragon Age Inquisition. According to a tweet from the game's official Twitter account, 2,602,377 have been slain by users across the world.

This means that there have been roughly 260,738 completed Inquisition games where the players have slain all 10 dragons.

The tweet came with an image that broke down which dragons had been slain the most: 58% of the dragon slayings have taken place in Orlais. The most killed flying beast is the Ferelden Frostback--the weakest dragon in the game.

The least-killed dragons are: Hivernal, The Kaltenzahn, and The Highland Ravager.

The battles with these flying beasts are one of the highlights of the game, and--once you defeat them--they always leave good loot behind for you to use in your fight against Corypheus and his evil Tevinter underlings.

"When I'd finally slain my first dragon in Dragon Age: Inquisition," IGN states in its review of the game, "I felt a little sad at the thought that I was probably beginning to exhaust its seemingly endless stream of content. But then I saw the quest ticker: "Dragons Slayed - 1 out of 10." In all my hours, I had only ever seen three.

It's a surprisingly huge, dense world, and I soon realized there were still entire sandboxes I hadn't even set foot in.

Even in my hundredth hour, I'm still discovering.

Despite its less than compelling plot, I still want to go back to explore and fight through every nook and cranny of Dragon Age: Inquisition, until every dragon's skull is mounted on my wall."

For more about Dragon Age Inquisition, visit its official website here.