‘Dragon Age 3: Inquisition’ Release Date Still Set For Fall 2014; Watch 30 Minutes Of Leaked Gameplay Footage [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | November 11, 2013 10:14 PM EST
"Dragon Age 3: Inquisition" release date news continue to circulate online, keeping the fans even more excited about the game.
It is expected that "Dragon Age 3: Inquisition" release date will happen next year, as previously announced by Electronic Arts. The game publisher did not confirm a more specific Dragon Age 3: Inquisition release date. However, EA announced during the E3 2013 that Dragon Age 3: Inquisition release date is slated at some point during the fall season 2014.
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Most recently, rumors about Dragon Age 3: Inquisition release date heated up even more when an executive hinted that the game may not arrive in 2014. But as the developer reassured the fans, Bioware Montreal told that the game is still on its schedule, as posted on The Examiner.
Cameron Lee, the producer of the game, responded to rumors that Dragon Age 3: Inquisition release date will be delayed. He posted on Twitter, "Don't worry, Dragon Age: Inquisition is shipping fall 2014. The team is hard at work :)"
Check out the actual tweet below:
As for more news about Dragon Age 3: Inquisition, a video was posted on Youtube showing 30 minutes of gameplay footage, which was unveiled earlier this month during the Finnish Digiexpo. The video of Dragon Age 3: Inquisition showed a bigger map with a number of environments that gamers can explore. Mo Muzock from iDigital Times, describing the gameplay footage, wrote, "It's an open world, and it looks great in third-person. Plus, this is pre-alpha footage so there's a little more polish coming to the final version."
Watch the video of Dragon Age 3: Inquistion gameplay footage below:
Dragon Age 3: Inquisition will be available for game platforms like PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. It is also being developed for next-gen game consoles, the Sony PS4 and the Microsoft Xbox 360.
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