In case you've missed it, a new Dragon Age: Inquisition trailer came out.
I'm less excited for Dragon Age: Inquisition than I probably want to be. Much like Mass Effect, the previous game kinda ended on a low point for me (despite liking it better than most).
Traditionally, I always thought Bioware's weakest trait was their world building. Hell, they even managed to make their MMO feel like an assortment of narrow corridors, which is really hard to do. You have to put effort into world building that transparent and weak.
Anyways, it looks like Bioware finally tries to set themselves free from their *RPG Maker-style* world building of yore. The landscapes on display are nothing short of breathtaking, and assuming they're making good on the *Discover*-aspect of it all, and exploration is a focal point of Inquisition, I ought to be more excited.
Bioware story and character interactions in more organic feeling, open and alive gameworlds? Sign me up. Color me cautiously optimistic in hoping that Bioware's struggle to be relevant again in this new current generation will be successful. In my heart of hearts, I know I want more Bioware games - even if I don't quite feel the hype like I used to.