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Dragon Age Director Doesn’t Know How Series Will End, But He Has A Rough Plan For The Next Two Games

Speaking about the processes involved in writing each game, Dragon Age creative director Mike Laidlaw revealed that the development team always keeps future projects in mind. As such, Laidlaw confirmed that they do have a rough plan for what will happen in the next two installments of the Dragon Age franchise.

While BioWare might flesh out parts of a game’s story ahead of time, the developer doesn’t look further into the future than the next few entries. The creative team won’t bother figuring out what is going to happen beyond that. For example, the Dragon Age director admitted that even he doesn’t know how the series will eventually end since they haven’t planned the story out that far in advance.

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Relientk7742d ago

I'm ready for a 4th game, hoping it's great. Put a lot of hours into the first and Inquisition

PS: Isn't it ironic that the site reporting this article is Inquistr

PiNkFaIrYbOi42d ago

Unless they muck it up as bad as Montreal did ME:A.

Zerito41d ago

Just please invest in the animations.... Animations are really important for story-wise / immersion in the story, i love dragon age lore

TwistedV41d ago

Inquisition=Fail
Andromeda=Fail
ich think i know where this is going...

SlapHappyJesus41d ago

Inquisition had a great theme, characters, writing, and a compelling drive for the player, in terms of the building of the inquisition. It just was a fairly weak open world, with that element feeling more like an mmo than a cohesive, single player experience.

TwistedV41d ago (Edited 41d ago )

if there is one thing i'm fed up with these last years its weak open worlds

EDIT: ur nickname tho xD

ThatGuyDart41d ago

Agree with everything except the characters. I thought inquisitions group of companions were the worst in the series. IMO Morrigan almost single handedly saved that game.