BioWare pulls extra time for developing Dragon Age: Inquisition




Develop Studio BioWare has announced that role-playing game Dragon Age: Inquisition available a few weeks later than planned. The game was initially in the Benelux on October 9 in the shops, but this is now November 21st.

“Although a few weeks does not sound like a lot of extra time, I’m sure the game you end up playing a lot better to be,” says executive producer Mark Darrah in a blog post on the official site of the game. According to the producer, the studio would need additional time to further polish, including in the field of view of open fields and the emotional impact of choices made by the hero the game. The game is also optimized for each platform on which Dragon Age: Inquisition true.

Delaying the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition coincides with the news that Battlefield Hardline in 2014 will no longer appear , because EA and DICE more depth in single and want to have more content in multiplayer. In addition, the stability of the game should be improved. Battlefield Hardline should appear. In the spring of 2015


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