Dragon Age: Inquisition Gets Detailed Community Survey

By   /   Oct 11, 2013

BioWare continues to involve the community in the development of Dragon Age: Inquisition. A latest report finds the developer behind a detailed survey regarding some aspects and features of the game.

According to Gamestar.de, some of the questions included in the survey asked about the level of difficulty in fantasy role-playing games which players would like to have, the camera perspective and certain party commands.

A couple of days ago the game’s creative director, Mike Laidlaw, was asked on Twitter by a fan if “numbered sliders” and “face codes” could be added to Dragon Age: Inquisition’s character customization menu.

Laidlaw responded that he is currently unsure but would definitely forward the query to the related UI department.

“Not sure, but I will mention it to the UI folks. Thanks,” he said.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third installment in the Dragon Age franchise and is probably the last one we’ll see. As it is, BioWare is going out with a bang, featuring a massive open-world environment, pleasing visuals, interesting combat mechanics and more. Players will be able to create their main character from multiple races, with added options for hair styling, tattoos and more.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is expected to be released by Electronic Arts in the autumn period of next year. The role-playing game is in development for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One platforms.

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