It's not exactly a shock to learn that developer BioWare and publisher Electronic Arts have yet another Dragon Age game in the works. Today, they revealed that Dragon Age III: Inquisition is under development and will be released in late 2013.
In a post on the Dragon Age web site, the game's executive product Mark Darrah said that the development team has been listening to fans of the previous Dragon Age RPG titles in preparation for making Dragon Age III. He stated, "We've visited message boards, read reviews, and we've gone to events to have direct face to face conversations with some of our most passionate fans. We've been listening, and we will continue to listen."
That said, he also didn't reveal anything about the game's storyline or any of its features. The only thing that he did confirm is that Dragon Age III will be using a new graphics engine, based on the Frostbite 2 technology that was first developed by fellow EA developer Digital Illusions for Battlefield 3 and is being used for upcoming games like Medal of Honor Warfighter and the free-to-play Command and Conquer game.
No platforms for Dragon Age III were announced, although it would be a shock if EA was not working on a PC port.
Source: Dragon Age website | Image via EA