News: Dragon Age III: Inquisition might now be heading towards a 2014 release date, but on the bright side its getting a bump up to the next generation of consoles.
Linked-in resumes, a publisher’s nightmare and a journalist’s wet dream. Developers need to keep them updated if they want to look for work, but sometimes they can get a bit excited about a project and update them with information the rest of the world really shouldn’t know.
The latest game to be effected by this is Dragon Age III: Inquisition. Tao Gu, a level designer at EA Shanghai, who updated his to say “scope of the DAIII has been chaged [sic]” and it will now “target next gen platform [sic] and will be postpone [sic] to 2014.” Of course the entire profile has since disappeared, but not before IGN caught sight of it, so it’s too late to go denying these things now EA.
When it was first announced Dragon Age III: Inquisition was scheduled for 2013, but other than the game would run on DICE’s Frostbite 2 engine not a great deal was known. Now as a Dragon Age fan I’m a little sad about the wait. But as much as I loved 2, (yes, I am one of the few) but there’s no denying it was rushed as hell. The way BioWare are taking their time with this one, hopefully Inquisition won’t have the same three locations over and over again.