Dragon Age III: Inquisition Announced, Coming 2013
Source: Webpro News
Not too many details came out today from Bioware for Dragon Age outside of the fact that they are deep into developement of Dragon Age III, now revealed titled as Inquisition. The second game the released was considered a bit of a flop, especially compared to the much loved first game. Hopefully they will avoid those mistakes this time and the fact that it's being worked on by the same team that brought us Dragon Age: Origins, it offers hope. For Dragon Age III they have also built a completely new engine built overtop of DICE's Frostbite 2 Engine.
Bioware has work to do to rebuild their reputation as one of the best makers of RPG games in the west after disappointments like Dragon Age II and Mass Effect 3 and though those are all the details we have on Dragon Age III so far, it sounds like they are on the right path. As its release in 2013 comes closer, we should start to get more juicy details.
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