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Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: Dragon Age
BioWare has announced that the next installment in the Dragon Age series, Dragon Age III: Inquisition, will be hitting store shelves in late 2013. Aaryn Flynn of BioWare has stated that Inquisition has already been in development for nearly two years and that, per feedback, BioWare Edmonton and Montreal are creating a larger world with a greater emphasis on customization. He went on to say that combat will be “both tactical and visceral.”
Hawke is setting out once again today with the release of the Mark of the Assassin DLC for Dragon Age II. The pack is available for 800 MS Points/800 BioWare Points/$9.99 for 360, Mac, PC, and PS3. Mark of the Assassin adds a new member to the party, the rogue Elven assassin Tallis, voiced by The Guild’s Felicia Day. Hawke must aid her in stealing a relic from an Orlesian Duke in exchange for her assistance with some pesky mercenaries. The scenario, accessible from any safe house at any point within the original campaign, will include new environments and is said to dive deeper into the backstory of the Orlesian and Qunari races.
Dragon Age II received a new story-based DLC pack today with the launch of Dragon Age II Legacy. Now available for $9.99/800 MS Points/800 BioWare Points for the 360, Mac, and PC, and tomorrow on PSN for PS3, Legacy sends players out of Kirkwall and into the wilds. In a quest to uncover the gritty details about Hawke’s lineage, RPGers will encounter new enemies and environments, including an underground Grey Warden prison.