Ok so I see a pattern here, with bioware games. The same exact thing happened with ME1 and ME2. I play it for a while(like 15-20 hours), try to like the universe/story/setting, and then get bored, quit and never go back. Which is truly a shame because I am sure that the games are great, both Mass Effect and Dragon Age. It's just the fact that everything seems so fake and unbelievable to me, it's crazy. Like I can't bond with the characters, I can't grow to care about the story/setting. To give you an analogy, it's like you never get to care with the story/setting in Battlefield Hardline/COD campaigns.
On the inquisition part, the story didn't catch me at all. Like I have 33 hours and I still can't understand all of it. I'm sure it is due to the fact that I haven't played the other games. The only, truly GOTY moment that impressed me in inquisition was that crowd singing once you are close to skyhold. Like for me the game seemed as it showed the best that it can do, right there. Idk, the world seems lifeless, in all bioware games that I played. It's even worse than Batman, for me at least.
I don't know maybe I am doing something wrong or I got the wrong view. I have given the thought that maybe the way bioware games are executed is not for everyone. Which is kinda weird since their games get so much praise from everyone, and they truly look like good triple a games.