BioWare Drops A Few More Dragon Age: Inquisition Tidbits
Dragon Age: Inquisition is shaping up nicely, wouldn't you say?
Speaking on Twitter, BioWare creative director Mike Laidlaw has addressed plenty of pressing fan questions.
As you can see, one of the first involves the question of the storyline in the upcoming sequel: Do you have to have played the first two games in the series? Laidlaw's answer is simple: Nope. It couldn't hurt to have some Dragon Age experience, but it's not necessary for enjoying Inquisition. He tossed out a few gameplay-related tidbits as well, as summarized at Gameranx.
For instance, class-restricted abilities will come back, ideally to promote party-based gameplay. He also elaborated on the roll-dodge we've seen in the game; interestingly, Mages won't "roll;" they'll "blink." It's not a teleport, though; it's a...well, it's a "blink." Laidlaw did say that such skills are purchased in the same way, and they're not acquired via talent points. Me, I don't think rolling or "blinking" should be part of it, but whatever.
Related Game(s): Dragon Age: Inquisition
4/7/2014 11:27:49 AM Ben Dutka