BioWare Promises to Improve Graphics for Dragon Age 2

BioWare, developers of the popular game Dragons Age: Origins, has promised that they will improve the quality of graphics to be used in Dragon Age 2, which they are currently developing.Dragon-Age-Origins

“I think one of the key things we’re working on in┬áDragon Age 2 is the technology,” said Greg Zeschuk, BioWare Vice President, to Joystiq. “I can confirm that we’re doing a lot of work on the┬áDragon Age engine, and doing a lot of stuff to pump it — to make it visually super hot.”

Players of the award winning game are very happy with the game, except for one thing – how unpleasant it could be to look at. The game has all the markings of a standard and popular BioWare game, which includes branching storylines, sex, a rich world and well-developed plot and story.

The game was published for the Windows PC, Playstation 3, XBox 360 and Mac OS X. The graphics are said to be good in the PC version but not much in the PS3 and XBox 360. No comments yet from the Mac version. The first expansion, Dragon Age: Origins – Awakening is set to be released on March 16, 2010 in North America.

Dragon Age Origins won several awards including Best PC Game and Best RPG awards at the recent 2009 Spike Video Game Awards. It won the same two awards from PakGamers. It grabbed the PC Game of the Year, PC RPG of the Year, Best XBox 360 RPG of the Year and Best Story of the Year from IGN. Finally, it was also named Best PC Game of 2009 from GiantBomb.com.