Dragon Age

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Arachnid1
http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/05/22/dragon-age-bioware-writer-says-new-game-being-developed

The next Dragon Age was announced. Hopefully they learned from Inquisition and return to the glory of Origins.

-Pr-
Originally posted by Arachnid1
http://www.ign.com/articles/2017/05/22/dragon-age-bioware-writer-says-new-game-being-developed

The next Dragon Age was announced. Hopefully they learned from Inquisition and return to the glory of Origins.

I doubt that they'll go back to how ridiculously dark the original one was with the writers at Bioware now, but if they can make it play better than Inquisition and have less shitty mmo-esque sidequests, i'm there.

John Murdoch
Please please please more Origins-esque. Still one of, if the not the best, RPG I've ever played.

Nemesis X
Hey I liked Inquisition. But I also liked Origins. As long as they don't go crazy like the team in charge of Mass Effect Andromeda, I'm ok with either direction they go with the next one.

BackFire
I think they should do a combination of the two. Have some big open world type zones, but much fewer than they had in Inquisition, have maybe 3 or 4 instead of 12 or whatever they had, and flesh out those 3 or 4 very well. They should look to The Witcher as far as how to do an open world game, don't need a ton of areas, just need to have the areas that are there be good, and then also have a lot more linear story bits than they had in Inquisition.

Smasandian
Yeah, I agree. Having 3-4 larger areas is good and then include multiple areas where story missions take place.

Adam Grimes
Also a better camera/controls and missions, Inquisition was a textbook offline mmo and it was one of the things I disliked the most about it.

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