Dragon Age: Inquisition will allow gamers to carry over their saves from previous entries in the fantasy-RPG series, developer BioWare has announced.
Speaking at PAX Australia (via GameSpot), producer Cameron Lee commented, “We know what we want to do,” adding, “It will absolutely come across – your decisions carry [and] will matter.”
Dragon Age: Inquisition was confirmed for a fall 2014 release at E3 last month. The game is currently in development for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, PC, Xbox One and Xbox 360, and combines elements of both its predecessors, as well as drawing inspiration from open world titles such as The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
Inquisition takes place in the fantasy realm of Thedas, with BioWare promising players greater territory to explore – one map is has already been described as four-five times bigger than Dragon Age’s Ferelden. Customization will be expanded, though little else is known at present.
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