Dragon Age confirmed for EA’s E3 conference

Monday, 10th June 2013 00:46 GMT By Brenna Hillier

It wasn’t on the list, but BioWare has said Dargon Age will be a part of EA’s E3 conference.

“Watch the EA conference tomorrow at 1:00PM PST for something new from DragonAge,” franchise executive producer Mark Darrah said on Twitter.

Although it could be anything, it’s not much of a stretch to suppose Darrah’s talking about Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.

The Dragon Age franchise has been quiet since BioWare ceased development of DLC for Dragon Age 2 in March 2012, following the cancellation of the fourth major DLC pack, Exalted March. Inquisition was confirmed – after much leaking, speculation and expectation – in September last year.

In the interim, it has revealed a small collection of details regarding the new entry, which is powered by Frostbite 3. The gap between the two entries will be longer than that between the first and second Dragon Age games, which BioWare has admitted was a bit of a push; it has promised to be more wary of fan expectations this time.



  1. BrahManDude

    i hope they get time, ME3 suffered because of EA

    #1 2 years ago
  2. Tavarish

    @1 DA 3 has been in development for long time already. They got a lot time with this so we shall see where they have landed.

    #2 2 years ago
  3. LTheBlackKnight

    Dragon Age on iOS platforms. Please be excited.

    #3 2 years ago
  4. Rafa_L

    I had so much fun with dragon age origins, what a great game. But being that high only made the fall hurt more with DA2, what a lame game.

    A part of me can’t help to be excited, but I’m not counting on the third compensating the second, let alone overcoming the first.

    #4 2 years ago
  5. Digital Bamboo

    I was really excited about the Dragon Age series, until I played Origins. What a letdown after the amazing KOTOR and Mass Effect series. It’s a shame really, since the world seemed promising, (if not quite up to par with the ME polish) but the combat system was brutal. Just boring and clunky…what a mess. Ruined the game for me. Really crushing since I adore other RPGs from Bioware.

    #5 2 years ago
  6. Froseidon

    @5 – Their budget for the entire project was really poor, they got given a small budget and told to work with it. Which is probably why it didn’t seem as polished as the other established worlds that Bioware has had in the past. Considering this, Dragon Age: Origins was a success, so hats off to them. Too bad DA2 didn’t live up to it. Hopefully, Inquisition does, as they said they were looking back at Origins / the fans for inspiration.

    #6 2 years ago

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