Alistair "not a party member" in Dragon Age: Inquisition, Morrigan art released
Posted: 04.02.2014 17:00 by Simon Priest Comments: 2
Executive producer Mark Darrah has confirmed that Dragon Age: Origin's Alistair is "not a party member" for the Inquisitor in the upcoming sequel, but that doesn't rule out a possible cameo appearance.

BioWare has also announced an initiative to help fan artists and cosplayers by releasing "detailed, descriptive, high-resolution character designs" before it launches.

Morrigan, aka The Witch of the Wilds, is one such character getting an art breakdown. Morrigan was another character from DA: Origins that will be returning.

The studio has already confirmed that Morrigan will also not be a party member, but will be fulfilling a significant role in Inquisition. Apparently she'll be coming from a 'very human place' as fans will hopefully get to know more about her secretive schemes, and what became of the Dark Ritual from Dragon Age: Origins.

A new developer diary is reportedly in the works at BioWare. Dragon Age: Inquisition releases on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One and PS4 in Q3 2014. It's powered by the Frostbite 3 engine, as is the new Mass Effect.


By The_Tingler (SI Core) on Feb 04, 2014
Not really cut up about this considering he's the damn King of Ferelden!
By danfreeman (SI Elite) on Feb 04, 2014
Yeah i told him to be king too,it makes sense not having him as a party member,i mean who would he leave to take care of things in his absence ? Considering what happened in DA:O we know the nobility isn`t trustworthy.