BioWare have affirmed all is well with their upcoming RPG Dragon Age: Origins, and the slight delay from late October to early November is just for finalization.
The PS3 version of the game is "coming along great," and will be released just a little while after the Xbox 360 and PC. They focused on making sure each SKU is "up to quality."
"We're just taking a little time to finalize things," said Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah, reports IGN. "We're focusing on making sure that we bring each SKU up to quality."
The Xbox 360 and PC versions of the game are scheduled to launch simultaneously, whereas the PS3 will be coming along "pretty soon" afterwards, though no date has been set yet. Darrah adds "this is just the order we've chosen" to release them.
There are no PS3 development niggles, it's "coming along great." Dragon Age: Origins is the 'spiritual successor' to Baldur's Gate, will you be taking up service in the Grey Wardens?