When EA announced Dragon Age III: Inquisition a few months ago, many just assumed it'd launch some time in 2013 for current consoles.
But that may not be true. According to Superannuation (via GameSpot ), a LinkedIn resume of an EA Shanghai employee says the "scope of Dragon Age III has changed, and it is now planned for next-generation consoles." And evidently, the game has been "postponed" until 2014.
Of course, this doesn't mean the game won't come to the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360; it could be one of those titles to straddle generations, releasing for both current- and next-gen systems. EA hasn't said anything on this issue just yet and given the time frame, they may not for quite a while. Personally, I'm okay with waiting until the new hardware arrives; I've always thought Dragon Age could've used more powerful machines to reach a new level of technical achievement. These games have been a little…muddy and unstable, even though they're still lots of fun and worthwhile for RPG fans.
Related Game(s): Dragon Age III: Inquisition