Want to listen to the tavern songs from Dragon Age: Inquisition at your convenience, perhaps in an attempt to make your quaffing and carousing a bit more atmospheric? BioWare is making that easier than ever by giving away an album’s worth of bard tunes for free right now. But only for a short time.
According to the Dragon Age website, demand was high for access to the music so they have assembled 10 tavern tunes — including sagas like “I Am The One,” “Grey Warden” and “Empress of Fire” — into an easy and free to download archive.
“We’ve received many inquiries from our fans asking where they can get these songs, and we’re thrilled that you’re enjoying them as much as we do. As our way of saying thank you for being the awesome community that you are, we’re excited to announce that for the next two weeks, you can download these songs from a desktop computer free of charge!”
The songs are accompanied by the sheet music to Raney Shockne and Inon Zur’s songs, should your band of touring bards be playing a tavern sometime soon.
The Dragon Age tavern music is separate from Inquisition‘s digital original soundtrack, which was made available to those who purchased the game.
Dragon Age: Inquisition’s tavern songs are available to download for free as MP3 files from the Dragon Age website until the 9th of Febuary. After that, BioWare says they’ll be “available for sale on many popular digital platforms.”
Do you have a favourite song from Dragon Age Inquisition? Let us know which one is ‘Your Jam’. If you’re into game music, take a look at the albums available from Bethesda games.