Mike Laidlaw has made a comment in regards to two potential options for the character customization feature in the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.” According to a Twitter exchange on Oct. 9, the creative director was asked by a fan if “numbered sliders” and “face codes” could be added in the latest installment of the “Dragon Age” series.
Mike Laidlaw responded by saying that he is currently unsure if either options will be included in the character customization mode. However, he will talk to the staffers responsible for the game’s user interface about the two elements. You can check out some screenshots from the forthcoming role-playing game in the slideshow near the top of this article and the comments from the creative director project on Twitter below:
Not sure, but I will mention it to the UI folks. Thanks.
The aforementioned face code was a feature that previously appeared in the “Mass Effect” series. The alphanumerical string lets players share their creations with others.
In “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition,” multiple races can be created as the main character in the story. Bioware Montreal also promised more visual options, such additional hair styles, for players to customize their characters.
“Dragon Age 3: Inquisition” is expected to be released by Electronic Arts in the autumn period of next year. The role-playing game is in development at the aforesaid Bioware Montreal studio for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms. You can pre-order the next-generation consoles from Amazon in the following links: PS4 and Xbox One