Dragon Age: Inquisition, the sequel to 2011's Dragon Age II is out now in North America. Europe has a couple more days to wait for release on November 20. BioWare has a few more trailers left to show, the first of which is the game's launch trailer.
The second trailer highlights some of the different class abilities and roles players can take in combat. Each class will have three areas of specialization. Rogues can choose between the Assassin, a class focusing on high damage to a single target; Artificer, which uses traps to control the field; and the Tempest, which achieves the same but with alchemy. Mages will be able to choose between Rift Mage, which seems to be focused on crowd control; Necromancer, who can temporarily have enemies fight for you; and Knight Enchanter, a class focused on close-quarters defensive magic. Warriors can be a Champion, which can create temporary walls for defensive positioning, a Templar, who calls on heavenly forces, or the Reaver, who uses blood magic to augment offensive capabilities.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. You can read Michael Cunningham's review of it here.