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BioWare Will develop Dragon Age III with Multiplayer

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BioWare Will develop Dragon Age III with Multiplayer

Game News - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Mon 11 April 2011, 19:18:57

Tags: BioWare

Such is the rumour.

The gears of Official PlayStation Magazine’s rumour machine have been turning and according to the mag a third game in BioWare’s fantasy role-playing series Dragon Age is currently in production, complete with an all-new multiplayer mode.

The rumor comes from the ‘Inside whispers’ section of the latest issue of OPM, which says: “More elf sexy time! Dragon Age 3 is on the way, with an added multiplayer component”.

Another game in the Dragon Age series seems like a safe bet, of course. Dragon Age 2 made a strong debut in its opening week by debuting at the top of the official UK All Formats Chart and went on to has sell one million copies in less than two weeks.

However, the idea of multiplayer in the next Dragon Age is treading new ground for the series and BioWare as a developer. Both the Mass Effect series and Dragon Age have not yet had any sort of multiplayer, but the studio has expressed an interest in incorporating multiplayer in the future BioWare titles.

Co-founder Dr. Ray Muzyka has said how “proud” the studio is of latest title, Dragon Age 2.

Of course he's proud. Dragon Age 2 is like a child to him. A child with trisomy 21.


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