While some game makers admit to fleshing out the ideas for later franchise entries in advance, Bioware claims that they only tackle the current project without concerning themselves with future games when it comes to the Dragon Age series. Answering questions from fans on Feb 16 regarding possible plans on what will come after Dragon Age: Inquisition, the game’s creative director Mike Laidlaw revealed that the developer is only concerned with the releasing Dragon Age: Inquisition at this time.
One game at a time. I've got to focus on Inquisition.
When asked whether he believes that the it would take them the same amount of time to develop the fourth and fifth entry of the franchise as it has to create Dragon Age: Inquisition, Laidlaw stated on Sunday that there isn’t a set development window for any of their projects. Rather, Bioware simply takes as much time as is necessary to make an enjoyable experience.
I would like "enough" time to make a good game. Varies by circumstance.
However, it looks like work on Dragon Age: Inquisition is still on track for a 2014 launch as Laidlaw confirmed that the game is still expected to release this fall. When it does release, Dragon Age: Inquisition will be available on Xbox One, PS4, PC, Xbox 360, and PS3. The third installment of the popular fantasy series will allow fans to create their own character by selecting from a number of different races to play as including Human, Elf, Dwarf, and Qunari.