Mike Laidlaw has commented on several possible new versions of the upcoming multiplatform video game, "Dragon Age Inquisition." The creative director was first asked by a fan through Twitter on May 4 if the official art book for the sequel will be a part of the collector's edition. He replied by stating that Bioware has not yet provided any details about the premium version of the software product. As a result, he won't be able to answer the question at this time.
Bioware has already revealed a deluxe edition for "Dragon Age Inquisition," which includes extra DLC armor, weapons and a mount for $10 more than the price of the standard version. You can find an image depicting the extra bonuses from the official "Dragon Age" Facebook page with the photo near the top of this article. Mike Laidlaw also recently confirmed that a physical collector's edition will be made available.
Another enthusiast wanted to know if Bioware will be willing to release director's cuts of "Dragon Age Origins," "Dragon Age 2" and the upcoming "Dragon Age Inquisition." The creative director replied by saying that the studio currently has no plans to do so. He explained that Bioware usually cut contents from their software products "early and often" during development.
According to GameSpot, David Gaider recently announced that the studio is approaching the alpha stage in the production of the sequel. During this phase, the team will decide whether or not some of the elements in the action role-playing game would need to be changed. In some cases, Bioware may also remove some of the contents.
Although the director's cut version of "Dragon Age Inquisition" is unlikely to happen, the physical collector's edition of the software product should be announced in the near future. The video game is several months away from launch as it will be coming out on Oct. 7 in North America. The PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions are all published by Electronic Arts. The sequel can be pre-ordered at Amazon in the following page: "Dragon Age Inquisition."