A “Dragon Age: Inquisition” fan has asked Mike Laidlaw through Twitter on Feb. 18 if new details will be announced for the software product in this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo. The creative director replied by stating that he expects that this will be the case. However, he also added that “some snippets” should also be released before E3 2014. You can find his comment below:
I expect so, but probably some snippets will come out before then.
The upcoming Electronic Entertainment Expo is set to begin on June 10 and end on June 12. Electronic Arts and other major publishers usually hold press conference on the first day (if not the day before) of the event.
Another fan wanted to know if a default protagonist will be featured in “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” Mike Laidlaw responded by saying that it won’t be possible due to having four playable races. The third main installment should be similar to “Dragon Age: Origins” in that regard.
Players can either play as a Dwarf, Elf, Human or Qunari in “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” The male and female options can also be selected. As a result, the main character of the story won’t feature a generic look.
The sequel is coming out later in 2014 for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. You can find some screens of the title, which is being developed at Bioware, in the slideshow to the left of this article.