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Dragon Age: Inquisition

PS4 PS3
Total player count
5,900,000
as of 9 August 2020
New players
+34,000
9 Jul – 9 Aug
Returning players
37,000
Returning players who have earned at least one trophy in the last month.

Number of players by platform

Some gamers can play on both platforms, so the whole can be less or more than the sum of its parts.

Total player count PlayStation 4 5,100,000 85%
PlayStation 3 910,000 15%
New players PlayStation 4 +33,000 95%
PlayStation 3 +1,700 5%
Trophy earners PlayStation 4 67,000 94%
PlayStation 3 4,300 6%

Total player count by date and platform

Note: so far, the chart is not accurate before 15 August 2018.
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PS4 PS3


5,100,000 players (87%)
earned at least one trophy

16,000 accounts (0.3%)
with nothing but Dragon Age: Inquisition

60 games
the median number of games on accounts with Dragon Age: Inquisition

52 days
the median retention period (between the first and the last trophy), players without trophies are excluded. Includes only those players who played the game after 15 August 2018.

Popularity by region

Relative popularity
compared to other regions
Region's share
North America1.3x more popular49%
Central and South America2.5x less popular6%
Western and Northern Europe1.3x less popular27%
Eastern and Southern Europeworldwide average6%
Asiaworldwide average6%
Middle East4x less popular1%
Australia and New Zealandworldwide average4%
South Africaworldwide average0.4%

Popularity by country

Relative popularity
compared to other countries
Country's share
Russia3x more popular4%
Singapore3x more popular0.4%
Thailand3x more popular0.2%
Ukraine2.5x more popular0.3%
Canada2.5x more popular6%
Hungary2.5x more popular0.2%
Poland2.5x more popular1.4%
Malaysia2x more popular0.3%
Australia2x more popular3%
Czech Republic2x more popular0.2%
Indonesia2x more popular0.2%
United States2x more popular43%
Brazil2x more popular4%
South Africa1.9x more popular0.4%
Sweden1.9x more popular0.7%
Austria1.7x more popular0.5%
Germany1.7x more popular5%
Switzerland1.7x more popular0.5%
Slovakia1.6x more popular0.05%
New Zealand1.6x more popular0.6%
Italy1.6x more popular2.5%
Finland1.6x more popular0.3%
Ireland1.5x more popular0.5%
United Kingdom1.5x more popular8%
Norway1.5x more popular0.4%
Denmark1.5x more popular0.4%
Slovenia1.4x more popular0.03%
Croatia1.3x more popular0.07%
Greece1.2x more popular0.2%
Iceland1.2x more popular0.02%
Luxembourg1.2x more popular0.04%
Hong Kong1.2x more popular0.9%
Belgiumworldwide average0.7%
Japanworldwide average3%
Romaniaworldwide average0.1%
Chileworldwide average0.5%
Netherlandsworldwide average0.9%
South Koreaworldwide average0.2%
Franceworldwide average5%
Mexicoworldwide average1%
Spain1.3x less popular2%
Turkey1.3x less popular0.3%
Taiwan1.3x less popular0.1%
Bulgaria1.3x less popular0.07%
Portugal1.4x less popular0.3%
Uruguay1.4x less popular0.02%
Cyprus1.5x less popular0.01%
Costa Rica1.6x less popular0.05%
Israel1.6x less popular0.1%
Argentina1.7x less popular0.5%
Colombia1.7x less popular0.2%
Guatemala1.7x less popular0.02%
India1.9x less popular0.1%
Malta2x less popular0.01%
Honduras2x less popular0.01%
Emirates2x less popular0.2%
Nicaragua2x less popular0.01%
Paraguay2.5x less popular0.01%
Panama2.5x less popular0.02%
Peru2.5x less popular0.07%
Ecuador2.5x less popular0.03%
Kuwait2.5x less popular0.06%
Lebanon3x less popular0.02%
Bolivia3x less popular0.01%
El Salvador3x less popular0.01%
Bahrain3x less popular0.01%
Qatar3x less popular0.04%
Saudi Arabia5x less popular0.3%
Oman6x less popular0.01%
China10x less popular0.04%
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