Bioware wants to know where you want Dragon Age to go

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Mass Effect 3 might be all the rage at the moment – but Bioware would like to take the time to remind you that it has another fabled RPG series this generation – and that they’re done with the much maligned Dragon Age II. With that in the bag, they’re now looking at how how they’ll proceed with the game’s inevitable sequel.

Obviously trying to avoid the mistakes of the past, they’re looking to fans to steer the series’ direction.

“While we will still be keeping an eye out for any issues that might crop up in DA2 and supporting the community should any emergencies should arise,” Dragon Age’s executive producer Mark Darrah said on Bioware’s site.we’re moving the entire team’s focus to the next phase of Dragon Age’s future.”

“You’ve most certainly heard the rumours floating around, and unfortunately I can’t really comment on them. However, what I can say is that we’ve been thinking a lot about Dragon Age – what it means, and where it could go. This past year, we’ve spent a lot of time both going back to the ‘BioWare vault’ of games and re-examining them, and looking at some new possibilities that today’s industry allows.

They’re not just drudging up old classics for inspiration; the Dragon Age team wants your input to help shape the future of the fantasy RPG series.

“With that, the next thing for the Dragon Age team members and I to do is hear from you, and not just on the forums, or Facebook, or Twitter,” Darrah said “The most valuable thing we can get out of those meetings is to hear from you on those same topics – what does Dragon Age mean to you, and where would you like to see it go? We’re excited to hear what you have to say!”

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Last Updated: March 20, 2012

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