Dragon Age II lead designer Mike Laidlaw has said that post-release content for Dragon Age II will maintain a “focus” on lead character Hawke.
Speaking to Games on Net, Laidlaw confirmed that gamers can expect the same type of DLC support BioWare has given for past titles like Dragon Age: Origins and Mass Effect 2, but added it’s learnt some lessons regarding DLC.
“We will be continuing to release content for Dragon Age II after launch, and I feel that we’ve learned some valuable lessons about what resonates with the players,” said Laidlaw.
“For instance, we intend to keep the focus on Hawke this time around; keeping your character consistent and progressing was a pretty key request we received from our player base, so we’re happy to deliver.”
Dragon Age II releases on March 5 in the US and March 8 in the UK for PS3, 360 and PC. A demo is apparently set to release later this month.
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