If you’re a fan of the lovely songs that are played whenever you visit a tavern in Dragon Age: Inquisition, you’ll be glad to hear that you can now grab all ten of them for free right now, legally.
The official Dragon Age blog has them available for download now however you only have until 9th February 2015 to grab them, as after that they’re heading to a variety of different digital distribution platforms and you’ll need to pay to get them.
You can grab them right here in a handy 27.4MB zip folder.
And if you’re one of the lucky talented folk who can play an instrument, they even have the sheet music available for download too!
Responding to gamers through an IGN Q&A session, Microsoft’s Marc Whitten has confirmed that not all digital downloads on the Xbox One will have demo’s available when a game is launched.
Not all games will have demos like Xbox Live arcade games have had on Xbox 360,” Whitten explained… That said, we are going to work on lots of ways to make it easy for you to find and try new games on the service.
So, this means that developers and publishers do not need to work on separate demo code at their own discretion. Where as lesser known games would or could use a demo to encourage sales, hot AAA titles like Halo and Gears, or Call of Duty and Battlefield may not need the additional work on coding in a demo and can simply concentrate on the full and final product.
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