Mark Darrah has provided some information on his upcoming multiplatform project, “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.” According to a message from his verified personal Twitter page on Dec. 27, the executive producer stated that the currently build of the action role-playing game is still not completely optimized. As a result, he can’t run the software product on his six-year-old computer. You can take a look at the newest “Dragon Age” installment in the slideshow to the left of this article and his comments below:
At office because a completely unoptimized #DAI doesn't run on my 6 year old PC.
Bioware Montreal recently confirmed that the team completed the development of the “holiday build” for the upcoming video game. The main campaign path is now considered playable although various elements, as well as the aforementioned optimization, still need to be polished.
A fan also asked if the age of the Inquisitor can be changed during the character creation portion on “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.” Mark Darrah responded by saying that it is “not a gameplay mechanic.” Players can still edit various aspects of the main protagonist, including race and gender.
Mark Darrah and the rest of his team at Bioware Montreal is planning to complete the development of “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition” by the autumn season of next year. The software product is the first action role-playing game to be built using the Frostbite 3 graphics engine.