Dragon Age: Inquisition Producer Talks About Sexual Orientation Choice
Few months back, Bioware revealed the first ever gay companion for Dragon Age: inquisition named as Dorian Gray, a mage that will help you in your quest to save the country of Ferelden.
Producer for the upcoming title, Cameron Lee in a new interview with PlayStation Life Style stated that these are the kind of characters that make their game different from other titles in same genre and it would have been silly not to give these kind of choices to the players.
So, the reactions are always interesting — generally, they are mostly positive. Some people don’t like it, that’s fine, they can… think that way. But the vast majority of people, they think that’s a good thing. We’ve tried to represent a variety of different people, and different sexualities and gender as well.
You can be a male, you can be a female, you know, you can change the way that you look, you can have different hairs, different skin tones. So, you know, you give all that type of control to a player that they are… it would seem silly to not also give a choice about their sexual orientation. But yeah, general reception has been good.
Choices are a big part of Dragon Age: Inquisition RPG and apart from the story decisions, it is good to see that Bioware is giving importance to every companion.
The storyline decisions this time around will have a huge impact as well, as developers noted previously that even a small decision can prove to be a big one at the later stage of the game.
Dragon Age: Inquisition after suffering a short delay will now launch on 18th of November for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.
What do you think of the choices that Bioware is looking to bring in Dragon Age: Inquisition?