CD Projekt RED: Dragon Age Inquisition Is Great, But It Has Too Many Fetch Quests

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Posted By | On 06th, Feb. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @Pramath1605


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A while ago, we heard CD Projekt RED sound off on the so called rivalry between Bioware’s Dragon Age: Inquisition, and their own upcoming The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. They were largely respectful at that time, saying that both games did the same things differently, and they both did them well enough. But now, they are a bit more critical of it, it seems.

The Witcher 3 dev Mateusz Tomaszkiewic, Lead Quest Designer at CD Projekt, said in an interview with Eurogamer.de, “For my taste, it could do with less fetch quests. But it’s still a good game. Ultimately, it increases the diversity, which can never be wrong with role-playing games.”

Given this, it will be interesting to see how CD Projekt RED handle the issue, since the problem of fetch quests seems to be almost intrinsically tied to having an open world, which both, The Witcher 3 and Dragon Age Inquisition have.

We’ll see how they go about it soon.


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  • red2k

    I was a fan of Dragon Age but honestly they destroy the title. I have DA3 and i hate it so much the automatic combat system is too easy i prefer the style of DA1 or even DA2. The character abilities are underpower and sometimes the combat is erratic and too boring. The side quests are empty of epicness and you can lose the interest to complete it. I remember when i make a quest on DA1 i rereceived something on exchange or i feel the importance of make the quest to continue achieving more stuf of the main quest but on DA3 feels discontented. Other bad aspect was the music…was horrible and the dialogue was bad too. I think The Witcher have all mentioned good and overall i am expecting something big with their launch.

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