The creative director has further commented on two of the elements of the upcoming multiplatform video game, “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition.” Mike Laidlaw was asked through Twitter on Sept. 3 whether or not players will be directly import their save files from previous video games of the series into the upcoming title without the need of “Dragon Age Keep.” He responded by disclosing that the save import feature is not possible without using the application. You can take a look at some screens of the sequel in the slideshow near the top of this article and his statement below:
We're exploring if it's possible to import saves into the app, but direct move of saves is not possible.
Mike Laidlaw also discussed the character models for companions that were recently shown off during a panel at this year’s PAX Prime event. He stated that the design won’t be made final until “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition” is released, stating that there will be plenty of customization options available in terms of equipment. You can check out his comment of the subject from Twitter below:
Nothing's final until we ship, and you have lots of options in their equipment.
Mike Laidlaw and others at the Montreal side of Bioware has plenty of time to work on the save import and companion models elements of “Dragon Age 3: Inquisition” as the video game won’t be coming out for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One until the fall season of 2014. You can pre-order the next-generation systems from Amazon in the following links: PS4 and Xbox One