Dragon Age: Inquisition is getting released later next year on current and next generation consoles. As expected, the game will offer some really high quality visuals on the Ps4 and Xbox One versions, a huge visual leap over the other versions, as described this morning by Bioware Edmonton Producer Cameron Lee.
“On gen four you’ll see far better graphics and, more importantly, a much more immersive world. It’s a lot richer, and there’s more depth to it. We can put more things on screen. There are more NPCs. There is more life to the world. That, while a subtle thing, really does over time build up into quite a strong connection to the game compared to the other gen three platforms.”
Visual differences will be huge, according to Lee like different shaders on charactesr depending on the different weather and other small details that will make the experience more immersive than ever. The magic spells visual effects will also look way better on Ps4, Xbox One and high-end PC. The power offered by the new gaming consoles is what the team was looking for to truly create a next-gen experience.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will be released sometime before the end of 2014 on Pc, Ps3, Ps4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.