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‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ recurring character hinted by voice director

‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ voice director and producer hints at recurring character
‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ voice director and producer hints at recurring character
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Another recurring character could be returning to “Dragon Age Inquisition.” According to a message from her personal Twitter page on March 20, Caroline Livingstone revealed that she hanged out with Templeman Simon.

The voice actor previously worked on “Dragon Age Origins” as Loghain Mac Tir. The character first appeared as an antagonist in the story although the player eventually ends up having the option of recruiting him.

Caroline Livingstone’s comments suggest that Loghain Mac Tir may be coming back in some form in the upcoming “Dragon Age Inquisition.” You can find a set of screens from the upcoming sequel with the slideshow gallery to the left side of this article and the comments from the voice director and producer below:

Just hanging out with the unbelievably talented @TemplemanSimon.....feels like old times #DAI

Aside from the “Dragon Age” series, Templeman Simon also worked with more Bioware-developed titles in “Mass Effect 2,” “Mass Effect 3” and “Star Wars: The Old Republic.” His portfolio also includes the “God of War” and “Uncharted” series.

Bioware is preparing “Dragon Age Inquisition” for a fall release in the United States. Electronic Arts will be publishing the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One action role-playing video game. The software product is being built using the Frostbite 3, a graphics engine that was previously used in “Battlefield 4” as well as the next video game in the “Mass Effect” franchise.

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