With no more add-on content for Dragon Age II , maybe it's time to turn to the fans for fresh ideas. DAIII is a-comin'…
Essentially, the team is turning to the Dragon Age community to ask for suggestions concerning the future of the critically acclaimed franchise. If you check BioWare's official blog , they intend to "foster the spirit of the community" by asking important questions. Here's what BioWare community head Jessica Merizan wrote:
"Beginning today, we’ll do a series of questions and discussions around Dragon Age. Consider this a conversation between fans, the community team, and the developers. Everyone at BioWare is incredibly excited about the future of the franchise but we’re interested in what you have to say. Every month, we will discuss a topic or question about Dragon Age and game development. You will have one week to post your thoughts, desires, and hopes before we close the thread for review. Moderators and developers will pop into the thread to chat every now and again, so keep an eye out."
And this discussion will go beyond upcoming games; it could involve novels, comics, animated features, and even pen-and-paper RPGs. That all being said, Merizan clarified by saying they're "not making promises;" they're merely entertaining ideas. All they want to know is what you loved about the first two Dragon Age games, and then everyone can chat a bit about the next step. Sounds like a civil method of obtaining valuable feedback.
Okay, your turn, Square Enix.