The lights are on
Dragon Age fans rejoice! A recent tweet from BioWare's senior director Alistair McNally reveals that the developer is going ahead with a third installment of the gritty fantasy RPG.
The tweet calls for "exceptional environment artists" to join BioWare in Edmonton for Dragon Age III. The career page on BioWare Edmonton's website also has a posting for a senior environment artist, and although it doesn't contain any specific information about Dragon Age III, it does contain guidelines for the kind of experience the developer is looking for from prospective employees. If you think you've got what it takes, head on over and apply -- but if you get hired, you totally owe me a finder's fee.
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Not wasting any time...
I loved the first and have yet to play the second, which I will get eventually despite the so-so reviews, glad to see they are making a third one.
Hopefully this one has a better story and setting. I mean, one city and a few copied and pasted caves/houses makes for a lot of repetitive environments.
Hopefully it'll be good this time...
I will have to see this game a lot before I would invest in it, definitely not a pre-order after Dragon Age II. That game was a huge disappointment to me. It really just lacked any kind of character to it, never felt attached or immersed in the world at all. Hopefully they can return to the greatness of the original Dragon Age Origins, but I will take a wait and see attitude this time.
loved orgins and 2 but wont apply for the job.
i sure hope they go back to the original forumula for this installment
Not going to let myself get as caught up with anticipation of the game this time but I am willing at least see where all of this is going.
I've lost faith in Dragon Age. I'm not excited to hear this at all.
It should be interesting to follow this game.
Hopefully this is the last game, bring this trilogy to a close and all. Dragon Age is fun, but I don't think they should draw it out.