Dragon Age: Inquisition Release Delayed
Kalvin Martinez / Jul 23rd, 2014 No Comments
BioWare announced Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s original Oct. 7 release date has been delayed. The game will now release on Nov. 18.
Mark Darrah, Executive Producer of Dragon Age: Inquisition, cited polishing reasons for the delay.
[adsense250itp]The team will use the time to fix all kinds of bugs, making open spaces engaging as possible, ensuring meaningful emotional impact of character choices, and improving the overall experience.
He stated that delaying the game a few weeks may not seem like much. However, he stressed the additional time will make for a better play experience for the player.
Dragon Age: Inquisition has been in development for four years. Darrah and the team’s goal is to make the best Dragon Age experience ever.
This goal influenced the move to Frostbite 3, improving the camera, building a team of characters with relationships that evolve based on actions and choice, bringing back player created heroes and creating an epic story.
It was a tough day for Electronic Arts with the Battlefield: Hardline delay and this. One small comfort is Dragon Age: Inquisition will still come out this year. It’s good news because Inquisition looks impressive from the footage released so far. The typical “polishing” excuse for the delay is a bit underwhelming. But if it ensures a better product, then so be it (at least, it isn’t 2015).
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