March 19, 2012
Dragon Age III may be in development.
Earlier today, Dragon Age creative director Mike Laidlaw wrote on Twitter that the Dragon Age development team at BioWare is done working on Dragon Age II and "has fully moved onto The Next Thing."
As for what that "next thing" may be, Laidlaw added in a second tweet that "we'll be very actively looking for feedback on the next DA title, and will be showing the game more than before as it develops."
Meanwhile, executive producer Mark Darrah commented on his Twitter account that the team "did have plans for an expansion pack to DA2 but other DA opportunities came up." Darrah confirmed that the pack would have been called Exalted March and that "there were even shirts!"
Darrah also posted on BioWare's forums, confirming that the company is "moving the entire team's focus to the next phase of Dragon Age's future."
For now, there's no indication what the next Dragon Age project will be. While previous Twitter posts and interviews have pointed toward Dragon Age III, BioWare has not officially announced the project.
Until then, Dragon Age II's patch 1.04 has been released and you can read all about it in the full patch notes on BioWare's site.
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