Dragon Age: Inquisition was shown live on Twitch by BioWare executive producer Mark Darrah and creative director Mike Laidlaw. We got to see live combat, lots of world exploration and a giant dragon battle.
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Dragon Age: Inquisition has been ticking along nicely for the past few months, and BioWare has released details of its progress to date, including a fair whack of new assets to drool over.
Dragon Age Keep allows users to "customize a historical world state" and import into Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age Keep has been announced by BioWare which will allow Dragon Age players to “customize a historical world state” to their exact specifications.
Bound to be called The Well of Souls, or something.
Mark Darrah, executive producer of Dragon Age: Origins, has posted on the BioWare blog that the latest DLC released for the game has a “continuity bug”.
BioWare has revealed that there are two years worth of DLC planned for Dragon Age: Origins.Revealed last week was day one content for the game, but that is just not enough in the developer’s eyes, and that’s good to hear. “Yeah, we have plans that stretch out for basically two years,” executive producer Mark Darrah […]
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