A year ago this week, BioWare released Dragon Age: Inquisition to the world and RPG fans everywhere embarked on an epic adventure to close the dreaded Breach. Originally slated to be released in 2013, the game was delayed to late 2014 in order to give the game a bit of extra time to be polished up. It seems this delay was a good call given that Dragon Age: Inquisition received high praise from both gamers and critics alike when it was released.
With the game turning one, BioWare has been celebrating and thanking fans for their support. The official Dragon Age Twitter account posted this image:
Bioware later posted a humorous video that showed the game wearing a party hat, complete with a little cake and confetti.
The general manager at BioWare’s Edmonton and Montreal studios, Aaron Flynn, took a moment to congratulate the team that helped bring the game to life.
Flynn isn’t about to rest on his laurels. He is currently busy overseeing the creation of Mass Effect: Andromeda as it begins to come together. As one adventure ends, another begins!
BioWare is still being pretty secretive when it comes to the new Mass Effect game but we do know that players will play as a human character and that the story will have a very “human” feel to it.
Given how vast the world of Dragon Age: Inquisition is, and how much there was to do and see, plus all the DLC, it’s possible that the game could last a year or so for a hardcore fan. Are you still playing?