As we wait patiently for the upcoming release of Dragon Age: Inquisition Bioware has given us something to do with our time as they have released a video that takes viewers on an exploration of the locations. This is the ideal opportunity for gamers to check out the lands of this eagerly awaited RPG giving us some insight into the world of Dragon Age.
According to reports, this video takes us on a journey discovering the various locations available highlighting a realistic ecosystem that is full of factions, predators, prey and much more.
Producer Cameron Lee discusses different aspects of Dragon Age: Inquisition on the Bioware blog highlighting the opportunity to see things like towns attacked by bandits, giant’s feeding on bears and many other aspects like deer fleeing from wolves.
He mentions their intent when it came to giving the gamer choices and the use of the Frostbite engine, which allows the developers to support massive areas and destruction, regarding it as the most advanced next-gen technology they’ve witnessed.
Being BioWare’s first next-gen game we have high hopes for Dragon Age: Inquisition and Lee regards this game as their most ambitious game to date.
In a recent post we reported on a Dragon Age: Inquisition voice character contest, as developers BioWare are holding a contest allowing gamers to audition their voice for the game. The winner will get the opportunity to have their voice used as a character within Dragon Age: Inquisition and a winner will be picked after the 14th April.
The details involve gamers downloading two scripts to then record themselves on film using their natural voices to say the lines. The eventual winner will then be flown out to their studio to record this and get further insight into how they work at the studio.
Slated for release on Xbox One, PS4, PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 later this year we are still yet to pinpoint the actual date, but while we wait we thought our valued readers may want to check out the video below and air off in the comments section.
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