Dragon Age III Takes Note Of Skyrim

It’s impossible to make an RPG today, without looking at The Elder Scrolls first

Little is known about Bioware’s next entry in the Dragon Age saga, but if one thing is certain, is that the developer has taken a note or two from Bethesda’s highly appreciated Skyrim.

In a Game Informer interview, via Kotaku, BioWare Edmonton and Montreal general manager Aaryn Flynn said that it would be impossible to create an RPG these days, without acknowledging, and reacting to The Elder Scrolls series, in their case, that one being Skyrim:

You can’t look at a game like Skyrim and not think about how impressive what they’ve accomplished is or [think] that’s an interesting new direction or that there was something that didn’t work well for them that we could take in a new direction,” Flynn said. “So, we’re always influenced by these games, especially in a relatively tight-knit genre like RPGs.

Dragon Age III: Inquisition is the sequel to 2011′s Dragon Age II and 2009′s Dragon Age: Origins. It was announced back in September, and last month, we reported that Dragon Age III is more than likely going to be a next-gen game.

For more news concerning dragons, keep it locked to Analog Addiction.

Source: Gamespot

Vlad Pintea is a fan of Bioware’s Dragon Age series, and regarding this news, he hopes that Bioware will actually take a note from Skyrim, and make this game a true open-world one. Loading screens from one area to the next were ruining the immersion. You can contact him via e-mail at vlad94pintea@yahoo.com or vlad94pintea@gmail.com, on Skype, My IGN, Steam (all at the same name: vlad94pintea) or Facebook (Vlad Pintea). Have a good day and remember! Stay calm and keep on gaming!

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