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First Image Of Dragon Age III: Inquisition Hits The Web

Posted on Thursday, November 15 @ 09:42:41 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

Last night, during the Bradford Animation Festival, BioWare's Art and Animation Director Neil Thompson gave a presentation detailing the studio's upcoming RPG, Dragon Age III.

During the presentation, one sneaky Twitter user by the name of dripster managed to get a photo (pictured above) of what was initially believed to be a screenshot of the game. Since then, Chris Priestly, BioWare's community manager has spoken out on the studio's official forums to clarify that this is not in fact a screenshot, but merely a piece of concept art.

Regardless, it's kind of hard to make out much from the image anyway, aside from some obviously visible rocks, a statue and blue sky. Hopefully it won't be all too long before we see some actual in game footage—after all, that's what really counts.

Are you hyped for Inquisition, or were you burned so badly by Dragon Age II that you've managed to lose interest in the series entirely? Let us know in the comments below.
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