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‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ director talks companions, collector’s edition and mor

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Mike Laidlaw replied to several questions from fans in regards to “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” In one of the conversation, which took place through Twitter on Feb. 15, a fan wanted to know if Cullen will be a companion in the latest “Dragon Age” video game. The creative director responded by saying that he won’t be able to talk about the potential party members until they are officially unveiled. You can find his statement below:

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When companion reveals happen, we will tweet about them.

In Dragon Age: Inquisition,” players will be able to create a custom main character based on multiple races and genders. The other party member would have to be recruited through various scenarios. You can find a batch of screens from the sequel in the gallery to the left of this article.

Another follower wanted to know about when the next development diary video will be released for “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” Mike Laidlaw admitted that he is currently not sure of the date. He also stated that a potential collector’s edition of the software product has not yet been confirmed.

Bioware has remained quiet on “Dragon Age: Inquisition” after revealing that the main campaign of the video game was fully playable at the end of last year. The sequel to “Dragon Age: Origins” and “Dragon Age 2” is the first title of the series to be using the Frostbite 3 graphics engine. It should be launching later this year on the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One gaming platforms.