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‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ director responds to Tevinter Imperium inquiry

‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ director responds to Tevinter Imperium inquiry
‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ director responds to Tevinter Imperium inquiry Electronic Arts

The director of “Dragon Age: Inquisition” has confirmed one of the locations that won’t be appearing in the upcoming multiplatform video game. According to a report from Softpedia on Feb. 10, a fan asked Mike Laidlaw if Tevinter Imperium can be explored in the newest installment of the “Dragon Age” series.

The country is the oldest one in the land of Thedas, a continent where all previous games in the franchise took place. In “Dragon Age: Origins” and “Dragon Age 2,” Tevinter Imperium has only been referenced.

For “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” it looks like players once again won’t be exploring the country. However, Mike Laidlaw also teased that a future game could be set in that particular region. You can find some screens of the forthcoming action role-playing game in the slideshow to the left of this article and his comments below:

No. Not in Inquisition. Future? Maybe!

Bioware previously confirmed four locations (Free Marches, Ferelden, Orlais and Nevarra) that players will be exploring in. The environments are going to be more open in the forthcoming title with extra spaces and multiple paths. The combat also features a mix of the two earlier titles of the series, “Dragon Age: Origins” and “Dragon Age 2.”

“Dragon Age: Inquisition” on the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One should be released by Electronic Arts in the fall season later this year.