Dragon Age Inquisition Not Exclusive To Next Gen
After weeks of tapping on the table and persistently typing in Google, Dragon Age 3: Inquisition and hoping something new will pop up rather than some persons 45 minute clip on Youtube explaining he/she’s hopes and dreams of Bioware’s upcoming RPG, some new uplifting yet depressing concrete news has finally left the lips of the representatives of Bioware and given little bit of closure for fans.
Well for now that is until the uplifting news becomes old and we go about another couple of months starving out for new news and the douches once again start posting their new hopes and dreams on Youtube.
To offer some closure to fans of the Dragon Age series Bioware’s Chris Priestly has confirmed and revealed via Twitter that Bioware’s upcoming RPG,will not be an exclusive next-gen console title but will also be released on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC consoles.
If you ask me is fantastic news but don’t get too cozy anything can happen, since it’s still too early to say this is true, so be prepared for the worst.
Bioware have also announced during yesterday’s Electronic Arts E3 Conference that the hopefully not exclusive next gen console title will be pushed back by a year seeing a 2014 fall release, which will be Australia’s Spring.
Eurogamer has said Bioware General Manager Aaryn Flynn, explains Bioware’s reason for pushing back Dragon Age 3: Inquisition’s release date, was due to Bioware’s needs of making Dragon Age 3: Inquisition a more satisfying game.
“We’re taking the time to craft a deep, captivating experience for you,” Flynn said.
Although depressing news that we have to wait for another year to see Bioware’s favored RPG stage its glory, they have been kind to provide their fans with Dragon Age Inquisition’s Debut Trailer played at Electronics Arts E3 Conference, which sees the capital of Thedas on the verge of destruction, and the return of two familiar characters who may draw their weapons once more, only time will tell.
Hang in there guys.
Dragon Age 3: Inquisition will be running off the Frostbite 3 Engine, which will also powering Battlefield 4, Need for Speed:Rivals and the next Mass Effect title. See the Dragon Age Inquisition Trailer.