Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s October release date is creeping closer, and executive producer Mark Darrah was recently approached by IGN for an interview. The game, we’re told, covers ten different areas over two nations. Judging by today’s E3 trailers, these areas vary wildly and cover regions such as caves, forests, towns, and mountains, a much wider range the complaint-drawing limited areas in Dragon Age 2.

Darrah also says that the upcoming title is ”
the biggest game in our studio’s history” and that it will “set the bar for all of our future games.” It’s obvious Darrah has a lot of confidence in the decisions that went into making Inquisition, and if fans agree, then it’s possible Dragon Age Inquisition will affect BioWare’s RPGs for some time.

Source: IGN

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