The next iteration of the Dragon Age series RPG will receive its inspiration from its predecessors, in addition to getting influences from open-world games such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – at least that is what developer BioWare claims. BioWare CEO and co-founder Dr. Ray Muzyka mentioned that they have been paying attention to what their fans have shared, and will improve from the current weaknesses and even strengths of both Dragon Age II and the other games which are available on the market. Dr. Ray continued, “[The next Dragon Age] is gonna have the best of features from the prior Dragon Age games, but it’s also gonna have a lot of things I think players are gonna find compelling from some of the games that are out now that are doing really well with more of an open world feel. We’re checking [Skyrim] out aggressively. We like it. We’re big admirers of [Bethesda] and the product. We think we can do some wonderful things.”
Good luck then, and will the next outing in Dragon Age attract less polarized reactions from critics and fans alike. Hopefully no one will take an arrow to the knee then, but rather, the future Dragon Age title will fly off the shelves in amazing numbers.
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