Bioware Will Integrate Fan Feedback Into Dragon Age Ii Full Version Free Download
Dragon Age II was a game that split the fan base of the original titles, with some praising the changes made by developers BioWare and some saying that the quality of the experience declined when compared to Origins, but it seems that its creators have no regrets about it and plan to integrate the best feedback they received in new content.
Ray Muzyka, who is one of the leading executives at BioWare and a co-founder, has said, while speaking to IndustryGamers, that, “What we want to do in the future is make sure we integrate that feedback from our core fans, so they come along with us for the journey, as we continue to build up the Dragon Age franchise and make the next ones even bigger and better so that all of our fans are delighted and surprised.”
When asked about combining elements from previous titles, he added, “We think we can do that. We can actually take the best of breed features from the original game in Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II and put them together.”
He also took time to tell fans of the series how important they are to the company and encouraged them to continue to post praises and critics of the game on the official forums.
At the moment BioWare has not announced another piece of downloadable content after the launch of Legacy and no official news has been offered about a possible Dragon Age III.
Dragon Age is very much fantasy focused so longer term BioWare fans expect it to be close to the Baldur’s Gate series and to Neverwinter Nights.
At the moment BioWare’s focus is on the science fiction space, as it is preparing to launch Star Wars: The Old Republic MMO before the end of 2011 and then to push out Mass Effect 3 in early 2012.