Dragon Age 3: Inquisition faced a fan inquisition of its own at the Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo this weekend. Creative director Mike Laidlaw presided over the panel as producer Cameron Lee tweeted info and commentary from the event.
The team revealed that one level in Dragon Age 3 will be as large as all of Dragon Age II's. All that content planning takes time, so the game had one of BioWare's longest pre-production stages--it's now transitioning to active production.
Players will only be able to choose human characters, and will not play through their origin stories as they did in Dragon Age: Origins. They will, however, have much greater customization options for their followers in terms of visual appearance and gear.
Finally, the panelists dropped some rather unsubtle hints that dragon-of-a-certain-age Flemeth and some followers from Dragon Age 2 will appear in the game, and that players will even assume control of a good old-fashioned castle at some point.
BioWare has its work cut out for it restoring the series after Dragon Age II's rocky fan reception, so it's good to know the developer is at least taking its time. Until then, take a look at some of the new concept art the developer released over the weekend.
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