Dragon Age Inquisition Title Track To Be Unveiled Tuesday

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EA announced that the title track for Dragon Age Inquisition would be available for fans to listen to on Tuesday. They announced the news via Twitter, attaching the hashtag #EATuesdayExclusive to the post.

They attached an interview with Michael Kent--the audio director for the title--to the post.

For fans that can't wait, Kent stated the game's soundtrack was going to have "strong themes." He referenced one of the most famous soundtracks: John Williams' accompaniment to Star Wars.

Dragon Age is a fantasy franchise with a large scale. So a Star Wars-like soundtrack would fit the dynamic in Inquisition.

Inquisition is the third installment of the series. Beginning in 2009 with Origins and continuing in 2011 with Dragon Age II, the franchise is the latest from Bioware; Knights of the Old Republic, Mass Effect, and Jade Empire are past titles from the developer.

All of their games feature branching storylines that depend on your decisions.

Fans of the franchise will be able to get a taste of the upcoming installment Tuesday when the title track is unveiled. Dragon Age Inquisition launches on November 18 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360.

For more about the upcoming title, visit its official website here. For more about Bioware, visit the company's official website here.