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Dragon Age 3 in 2014?

Gamer's Hell reports a tidbit about Dragon Age III: Inquisition they say appeared in the LinkedIn profile for EA Shanghai designer Tao Gu before the men in black arrived and erased the profile (they are probably coming to wipe your brain if you viewed it). According to the site, the now excised post had word that the RPG sequel is now expected in 2014 to take advantage of the next-generation consoles (the next next-generation, not the current one). Here's word: "Scope of the DAIII has been chaged [sic], which will target next gen platform and will be postpone to 2014."

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26. Re: Dragon Age 3 in 2014? Nov 29, 2012, 14:55 Draugr
 
Creston wrote on Nov 29, 2012, 11:48:
We knew that already anyway. The deep hardcore RPG doesn't get enough sales to make EA happy. But have they said they're keeping the iconic look? I thought they had said they were going to go back to allowing you to put armor on your companions?

Their solution is making sure ANY armor you equip to them looks distinct and matches their 'iconic look.' While still signifying a change.

To me that reads that they're wasting a bunch of time and resources on something meaningless. Why a company is concerned with something like this, when the previous game in the series suffered from copy and paste dungeons, supposedly due to time and resource constraints, is beyond me! This actually highlights biowares problem, as people mentioned, they seem to be worried about all the wrong things.

All they seem to be willing to discuss is how DA3 will look, until they can explain to me what gameplay changes they are bringing to the table if any, then I'm just assuming it's going to be the terribleness that was da2 with probably less copy and pasted dungeons. - That certainly does not address all my concerns.

Like people have said, Bioware likes to pretend they take feedback into account, but nothing has really ever indicated they do.
 
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