Published On: Wed, Jun 28th, 2017

Dragon Age: Inquisition Sequel Could Be in The Works

Dragon Age: Inquisition was a final pretension of a BioWare tale that strike a marketplace in Nov 2014. It was also a many successful diversion launched by a association so far, in terms of sales.

After a prolonged wait, it seems that BioWare will get down to work and move behind Dragon Age, as a series’ artistic director, Mike Laidlaw, has commented that “something is function with Dragon Age,” on The 1099 podcast.

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Although Laidlaw elite to keep all a details, it is reliable that BioWare is already employing people to take assign of a subsequent pretension in a series.

“As I’ve jokingly said, we am a artistic executive for a Dragon Age authorization and they haven’t dismissed me yet,” he pronounced during a 1099 podcast.

This should not warn fans of a authorization since final year BioWare hired freelance author Alexis Kennedy. Although a association refused to give an central position on a hiring, a author pronounced in May that he was operative on a new pretension of Dragon Age. Many insincere we would see an proclamation during E3 2017, though it was not a case. After all, E3 2017 was apparently all about Anthem.

During a podcast, Laidlaw also mentioned that BioWare is operative on “other things” for that he avoided vocalization for a moment. “There are other things in a routine though unfortunately we can’t speak about them until they are realized. we am flattering vehement about a few of them. Things continue apace,” he said.

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After Dragon Age: Inquisition, roughly 3 years have passed, some-more than adequate time to announce a new authorized part of a saga. E3 2018 seems a ideal claimant for a probable 2019 release.

For now, we only have to wait to know all about a surprises that BioWare is scheming for a subsequent Dragon Age.

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