Over the weekend, Gamer Headlines reported on a neat little Dragon Age: Inquisition mod (technically a hack via CheatEngine table) that allowed for total “freecam” control of the camera, letting users play their PC version of Dragon Age: Inquisition from a perspective akin to the beloved Dragon Age: Origins’ isometric/tactical view.
While that is perfectly fine and dandy, it appears that some more artistically inclined Dragon Age: Inquisition players are utilizing the freecam mod to capture some truly captivating screenshots of the game.
A reddit and Flickr user by the name of “Berduu” has employed the aforementioned Dragon Age: Inquisition mod in his game and taken some gorgeous screen captures from the game.
View a sampling of them after the break.
Dragon Age: Inquisition Mod Screenshots
The following comes from the previously mentioned Berduu’s Flickr gallery (Note: The user also has some impressive shots from a variety of other games including, but not limited to the Battlefield series, Max Payne 3, Batman: Arkham City, and Hitman Absolution, among many others):
“Big Day Out”
“Let’s Not Go To Camelot”
Echoing the many comments in response to the above Dragon Age: Inquisition images, it’s tough to shake the fact that these were taken directly in-game using the aforementioned mod, instead of being painstakingly handcrafted paintings. In this author’s opinion, they arguably look as good (or better) than some of BioWare’s official concept art released prior to the game’s release.
If you’re interested in trying your hand at taking some screenshots of your own, or if you just want to play Dragon Age: Inquisition from a perspective similar to Dragon Age: Origins, you can view the original thread regarding it here. I’ll also provide a link to the CheatEngine tool and instructions on how to implement Dragon Age: Inquisition freecam mod into your own game below.
What are your thoughts on Berduu’s DA:I screenshots? Impressed? Or are you indifferent? Also, would playing Inquisition from an isometric perspective be something you’d try out? Why or why not?
Let us know in the comments section below! As always, stay tuned to GamerHeadlines.com for the latest in video game and technology news.