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‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ speed compared to ‘Dragon Age 2’ and more

‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ speed compared to ‘Dragon Age 2’ and more posted
‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ speed compared to ‘Dragon Age 2’ and more posted
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Vince Waldon has posted several updates of the forthcoming multiplatform video game, “Dragon Age Inquisition.” According to a report from Gameranx on March 14, the senior director of technology and operations at Bioware revealed that “everything’s going up” in regards to the development of the sequel.

He went on to describe the action as fast, fun and beautiful. When a fan jumped in on the conversation to ask about the speed of the video game, Mike Laidlaw replied by saying that he can’t talk too much about the subject. However, he did hint that pace of “Dragon Age Inquisition” will be slower when compared to “Dragon Age 2.”

In the second game of the series, Bioware decided to make significant changes to the combat system. Instead of the methodical pacing of “Dragon Age: Origins,” “Dragon Age 2” features more fast-paced and action-oriented battles. A majority of the hardcore community of the series hated the changes, however. In “Dragon Age Inquisition,” Bioware decided to take elements from first two mainline installments of the series.

The development studio is planning to complete the initial production of the sequel in time for release sometime later this autumn season. The video game was previously confirmed to come out on the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms as it utilizes the Frostbite 3 engine. You can take a look at some of the latest screens for “Dragon Age Inquisition” with the slideshow to the left of this article.