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‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ creative director responds to quality concerns

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Mike Laidlaw has commented on the quality concerns surround the upcoming cross-generation software product, “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” According to a conversation from his personal Twitter page on Jan. 1, a fan asked if the sequel will end up being “bad” like “Dragon Age 2.” She also hoped that the development team listened to the community about making the third main installment of the series similar to “Dragon Age: Origins.”

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Mike Laidlaw disclosed that the fan will have to decide for herself when it comes to the quality of “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” He went on to suggest that she should watch a gameplay video that was released back at the PAX 2013 convention to get “an early impression” of how the project is shaping up. You can take a look at a few screens from the forthcoming “Dragon Age” release in the slideshow to the left of this article and his response below:

You’ll have to decide for yourself. There’s footage from PAX 2013 to look at if you want an early impression.

A holiday build was recently completed for “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” giving the development team the opportunity to play through the main campaign of the action role-playing game during the holiday break. However, several elements of the sequel still need to be added and polished.

The PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One versions of “Dragon Age: Inquisition” are expected to launch at the same time in the fall season.

You can order the new consoles from Amazon in the following links: PS4 and Xbox One.


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