BioWare has made a few sly reveals of the upcoming Dragon Age III: Inquisition during a presentation at the inaugural Edmonton Comic & Entertainment Expo. Firing off some tweets from the event, BioWare's Cameron Lee
shared a few bits and pieces of the presentation with quotes from DA3 Creative Director Mike Laidlaw, and Cinematic Designer Jon Perry (via Kotaku
Creative director Mike Laidlaw said that "customization is going to be bigger than Dragon Age Origins," to include "follower customization," according to producer Cameron Lee's live-tweeting of the event.
Asked how much control players would have over their character, lead writer David Gaider said "You will be human," before adding that "backgrounds will be in Dragon Age 3 even though you will be human, it's not playable but it does significant impact on the story." That again was according to Lee's twitter feed.
Other details trickling out suggest that you'll be able to take control of your own castle, and that the game will import prior character choices but, said executive producer Mark Darrah, "we're investigating some ways without save imports."
The first three pieces of concept art from the game have since been released on the developers' blog
, and you can get a closer look by mashing the thumbs below.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is expected to arrive in the 2013 holiday season. Targeted platforms have yet to be announced.