Dragon Age: Inquisition Is Listening To Fans
Rejoice ye Dragon Age fans! BioWare is apparently listening to all your feedback while developing the third entry into their popular RPG series, with a few little changes being teased in the September cover of GameInformer.
Dragon Age: Inquisition (without the III now) will see the return of multiple races for the player to choose from when creating a character, something that was skipped in the mediocre second entry, Dragon Age II. Players were forced to assume the role of either a female or male Hawke, cutting out a lot of narrative possibilities based on the race players chose to represent. Thankfully, that’s not going to be an issue this time around, and BioWare has assured fans that conversations and narrative arcs will change depending on your race choice.
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In addition to that, BioWare has revealed that mounts will play a more important role in their “large and varied environments”. All of this is apparently “addressing feedback from previous titles in order to shape a new future for the franchise”.
“We’ve taken a pretty huge opportunity by shifting engines, by exploring some new types of gameplay. The core reason we’ve done that is to look to a future for BioWare games, not just Dragon Age, where the player has more agency”.
It’s good to see BioWare looking to the future in terms of some of the ideas they plan to implement with Inquisition, and it really does seem like players are having a greater role in what the developers decide to include. That said; why not show a little bit of gameplay, BioWare?
Dragon Age: Inquisition will launch for PC, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 and PS3 sometime next year.