"Not only does Dragon Age Inquisition looks absolutely gorgeous but its map size is absolutely massive. But is it bigger than the one we found in Origins and Dragon Age 2 combined?"
Damn now that's big. Surprising they can do this on both current and next gen consoles.
I hope there are many levels in the game :)
I hope the story is as good as the map size!
Well said there!
Man, i'm worried on how it's going to run on my PS3.... Maybe i should hold this off until i buya PS4. I'm sure remote play would kick ass with this game.
Oh boy, looks like 30GB+ game. OH BOY
Gimme Gimme Gimme.....
Wow,I can already see this being a 40gb+ download onto our hard- drives.
" As big as Dragon Age: Origins " or "As big as Dragon Age Origins' ". The ' makes all the different. Either each level is as big as a level was in Origins OR each level is as big as all the levels combined from Origins.
I'm guessing the former, which would be misleading.
It better run better on PC with elite graphics cards (290x and 780ti). EA has done a commendable job (COUGH COUGH UBISOFT) making PC games really max out the hardware. I have a PS4 but I would much rather play it at 1600p on my computer. Watch Dogs I was glad to get on PS4 because it was a lazy and crummy PC port. Ubisoft better not be lying about Far Cry 4 with PC as the lead platform. EA sucks and Origin sucks balls, but they do a decent job with advanced graphics. Frostbite 3 is really awesome.
Wait.... So it isnt open world? Is it like The Witcher, where its in parts? God i hate that.
The new Witcher (The Witcher 3) is open-world but if your talking about the second one i can understand that and it was so annoying to slowly jog from place to place in big spaces in The Witcher 2.
Ya, I am a bit confused by it. I am sure I heard somewhere that it was open world..but then saying "each level" contradicts that. The witcher 2 had hubs, sort of mini openworlds so maybe they mean each Hub would be as big as the the whole of dragon age
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