After a bitter criticism of the execution of the second series, Bioware does have a very tough job of restoring the Dragon Age back to its original ecosystem – a tactical RPG game that not only offers epic fantasy trips but freedom to choose action and deal with the consequences which exists. All the formula that succeeded in making the inaugural series – Dragon Age: Origins performing this promise Bioware will return to the latest series – Clash royale astuce is scheduled to be released at the end of 2014.
In addition to the certainty of using Frostbite Engine 3.0 as a foundation, some early screenshots, and claims that the environment will run more dynamically, Bioware is still not unpacking more details regarding next-gen projects. Do not worry, the latest information just slid from one OXM outdoor gaming magazine. Details ready to make your anticipation stronger.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is said to be carrying five major regions: Ferelden, Clash royale, Orlais, Nevarra, and The Dales. You now have a much more significant influence on every environment you encounter. Not only can it affect the ecosystem of the environment via which flora and fauna species you kill and let, Dragon Age: Inquisition also allows you to build trade routes and missions that require you to capture certain territories. Animals and plants will play more than just crafting resources, but are also manipulated to end cycles of certain species. The level of the environment also will not be adjusted to your character, so you can meet with enemies with a much higher level. Just like the previous Dragon Age series, Inquisition also provides various options on every dialogue you meet, of course with its own consequences – From emotional to romantic reactions. The latest OXM information also confirms that regardless of the character and race variants you can use, DA: Inquisition will still carry one story in common. Which is more interesting again? Inquisition will carry over 40 endings that can be triggered through various actions in the game. Bioware claims that each of these endings offers a huge difference to each other, and not just small variations.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will go to PC, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, and Xbox One in autumn 2014. Sounds really awesome ..