In a new interview with Wired.com's Game Life, BioWare CEO and co-founder Dr. Ray Muzyka offers tantalizing, but vague insight into the developer's medieval role-playing game franchise.
Muzyka says he's "seen something in the last couple of weeks that is really the future of [the Dragon Age] franchise that is so compelling, I am so looking forward to being able to announce it." Whether he's referring to a direct sequel, a spin-off or an expansion for the coolly received Dragon Age II remains to be seen. BioWare and its publisher EA have not yet officially announced their plans for the series.
Buy Muzyka notes the next Dragon Age title "is gonna have the best of features from the prior Dragon Age games, but it’s also gonna have a lot of things I think players are gonna find compelling from some of the games that are out now that are doing really well with more of an open world feel." Meaning Skyrim, of course.
Glad to see that Bioware is interested in taking elements from other rpgs. I really hope they use everything they learned to make Dragon Age 3 as awesome as possible.
What features from Skyrim (or other games) would you like to see in the next Dragon Age? How about a more open landscape with free roaming dragons. Cause for a game series called Dragon Age, there's a surprising small amount of actual dragons.