Latest Dragon Age 3: Inquisition news awaits official release
It seems that Dragon Age 3: Inquisition has had a longer pre-production period compared to other BioWare projects according to cinematic designer John Perry, and after the recent announcement of the game, we are interested to know when it will actually become available. As we await official release details, it is worth looking at what will be expected in the latest chapter of this dark fantasy series.
There have been some new details concerning the game revealed by a BioWare panel at the Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo, and Gamer Syndrome highlights the comments, as Dragon Age 3: Inquisition has been said to contain one level that is bigger than all of the Dragon Age 2 levels put together. Apparently the characters involved will not only reflect a more human element, but there will also be a larger customization feature to that witnessed in Dragon Age: Origins, along with companion customization.
This comes from creative director Mike Laidlaw and a recent photo tweeted by general manager Aaryn Flynn shows some concept art involved in the game, along with comments about an official version of the details will be posted at a later date. Previously Flynn spoke about the use of DICE’s Frostbite 2 engine and how new technology is the ideal way to get this game to a standard that gamers will embrace, this includes deep customization and combat, a massive world to explore and a captivating storyline.
In an article on Video Game Writers, they talk about the three recently posted images of the concept art and although nothing has been confirmed yet, they discuss the ending of Dragon Age, which took us in the direction of Orlais, although this is not indicated in the images. While we wait for more information on an official release date, we thought we would refer back to our last post on Dragon Age 3 and the impulsive reactions considering the game has been in the works for nearly two years.
Fans are not brimming with confidence of Dragon Age 3: Inquisition and the team behind it have acknowledged feedback and aim to deliver a title that the fans want. Everything from branching storylines to a bigger world has been suggested along with deeper customization and combat that’s tactical and instinctive. Some fans expected this version will be dumbed down for the consoles, although many are keeping their fingers crossed that this goes back to a similar experience appreciated in the first game. Do you have high expectations for Dragon Age 3: Inquisition?