Over 165,000 Golden Nugs Killed In Dragon Age Inquisition

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EA is once again keeping tabs on creatures killed in Dragon Age. This time, they released a graphic showing us how many golden nugs have been killed in Inquisition.

Over 165,000 golden nugs have been killed thus far in the game's young life. The creatures of subject are harmless and incapable of defending themselves against the might of 4 super-powered combatants. They're basically the polar opposite of dragons.

In addition to the nug kill count, EA stated in the graphic that the Archer was the most popular character class. Finally, Dragon Age players have looted over 1 Million treasure chests.

Dragon Age Inquisition launched last year to rave reviews.

"Inquisition's characters and world, on the other hand, recall the grand gestures of the original Dragon Age, even though the game as a whole is so structurally different to its predecessors," Gamespot stated. "It offers the thrill of discovery and the passion of camaraderie.

It features a glee club called The Sing-Quisition, and a dwarf with writer's block.

It establishes connections with its world in big ways and small, with the sight of a titanous temple and the smirk of an Orlesian commander in love.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is a wonderful game and a lengthy pilgrimage to a magical world with vital thematic ties to one we already know."

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