Dragon Age: Origins Summary
Bioware have confirmed that there's more Mass Effect and Dragon Age stuff baking in the oven. What sort of stuff might that be, though...
There's more trouble only an Inquisition can solve on the way from, as creative director Mike Laidlaw confirms they're not moving on from Dragon Age: Inquisition yet. Sadly there'll be no Hero of Ferelden dropping by. Our original Dragon Age character "will not be appearing" in the Inquisition in person. The Jaws of Hakkon was the first major new story content from BioWare and looked to the Avvar tribes.
A whole generation of RPG gamers was first introduced to the genre thanks to Bethesda's Skyrim, a title which has sold millions and has led to "totally different expectations" in storytelling and exploration, saysMark Darrah. That's why Dragon Age: Inquisition has gone 'back to scale' with its explorable worlds, as RPGs have 'shrunk' over the years in sacrifice to fidelity. BioWare is now gunning for both.
Bioware's opening chapter in its flagship fantasy franchise is currently available for free - Dragon Age : Origins is the latest title to be added to Origin's promotion. So if you've lost your Origins save game (and it was released five years ago, so that's more than likely), here's a chance to forge a new one in time for November's Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Executive producer Mark Darrah has confirmed that Dragon Age: Origin's Alistair is "not a party member" for the Inquisitor in the upcoming sequel, but that doesn't rule out a possible cameo appearance. BioWare has also announced an initiative to help fan artists and cosplayers by releasing "detailed, descriptive, high-resolution character designs" before it launches.