Tim Lander has provided some comments in regards to the recently-released mobile video game, “Heroes of Dragon Age.” In a long interview with the Paulsemel website on Dec. 6, the producer of the project was asked about the potential console port of the title in addition to connectivity with the upcoming “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.”
Tim Lander first confirmed that “Heroes of Dragon Age” will only be available for Android and iOS devices as the development team currently does not have plans to bring it to consoles. You can take a look at his comments below:
Heroes Of Dragon Age was made for phones and tablets; we have no plans of porting it to a console.
The producer seems more optimistic about the possibility of connectivity with “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.” He hinted that his studio has a “strong relationship” with Bioware, the company responsible for the development of the forthcoming mainline installment. As a result, they are exploring ways to collaborate. You can find some screenshots from the sequel in the slideshow to the left of this article and the statement from Tim Lander below:
It’s a stand alone title but, as I mentioned before, we have a very strong relationship with BioWare and are always looking for areas in which we can collaborate.
“Heroes of Dragon Age” was released on Dec. 5 for the Android and iOS platforms. The forthcoming “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition” will be made available in the autumn season of next year for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One gaming platforms. The action role-playing game is being developed at the Montreal office of Bioware.