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GamerZines | Dragon Age: Inquisition Preview - 'BioWare Break New Ground'

GamerZines writes:

“This is the largest game BioWare Edmonton has ever produced,” told Dragon Age: Inquisition’s producer Cameron Lee to a press audience eager to learn more about this prematurely announced sequel.

The conversation wheel has remained the same, but the moral dilemmas contained within it will be much more challenging than before according to BioWare.

The third game in BioWare’s multi-million selling fantasy series was announced in March 2012, yet this week offered up the first glimpse of the game in public. We have no idea what the hold-up was, but we’re pleased to report that the pre-alpha demo shown was as beautiful as it was intriguing. (Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

pandehz  +   313d ago
Very much looking forward to this.

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