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Dragon Age 3 Looks Epic

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Posted October 22, 2012 by Leeroy Jenkins in Editorials
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Dragon Age 3 has been under development for over 18 months now and BIoware is assuring fans that it is going to be as epic as it’s expected to be. There has not been too much media released about the game quite yet but from what’s been said, fans of the series know that they are not going to be disappointed since the same team that has been here from the start is working on all of the details and things that are going to make up Dragon Age 3: Inquisition .

Again, with not much being released about the title, there is little to work with, but of course the few things that have been released about the game are not disappointing. Pretty much what can be confirmed at this point is that the title is going to stay as ‘Dragon Age 3: Inquisition’, BioWare veterans as well as some star new developers are all taking part in the project, and a new engine is going to be implemented. This engine is going to allow for better graphics (obviously), much larger levels, and quest designs that have not been able to be supported in the previous games. This is huge news since Dragon Age fans didn’t think that the game could get in depth any more than it already was and now BioWare is proving that they have nowhere to go but up.

DLC packs are confirmed for the game and since they are being worked on at the same pace as the game itself, there should not be too much of a delay for the first one, although it’s going to take even some of the more hardcore gamers quite a while to get to the end of this epic journey. BioWare never fails to amaze and we can only hope that as more news comes out, Dragon Age 3: Inquisition will be as big as the rumors surrounding it are.


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  1.  
    Croc87

    Dude if they make the levels bigger, that’s all that they have needed!




  2.  
    codkid77

    :Yeah it always felt like I was in a tunnel when I played the other games so that’s all they need to fix haha





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