Dragon Age Keep, the customisation and save import tool for Dragon Age: Inquisition, is now in open beta.

The app gives players the option to customise Inquisition’s world by simulating decisions made in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II, and then importing them into Inquisition as a save file.

An Origin account is required.

Dragon Age: Inquisition's save creation tool now in open beta

Once a save is imported or created, Varric the dwarf tells players of their adventures to that point. Choices outlined in this video can be made on the fly.

“Some current save imports are buggy, which is our fault, and something we’re committed to fixing,” said Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah.

“The Keep allows us to do just that. Users of the Keep won’t have to suffer with these types of logic inconsistencies any longer.

“Under the hood, the Keep has a logic validator which ensures you’ll always have a valid world state free from errors and conflicts.”

Those keen to jump into the beta can do so here.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is out on Xbox 360, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on November 21.