Series executive producer Mark Darrah has published a post on the BioWare blog in which he reveals what everyone has known for some time: Dragon Age III is a thing and has been for two years now. Subtitled Inquisition, BioWare has been working on the game for a while, but development has ramped up significantly since about 18 months ago.

The team working on Inquisition includes a number of BioWare developers that have been working on the series since Origins. Darrah also revealed that there are some new members who have joined the team for Dragon Age III. Interestingly, the overall tone of the reveal post is one of caution: clearly BioWare is well aware that Dragon Age II didn’t sit well with everybody and as such they’ve gone into Inquisition development with fan feedback at the forefront of their minds.

With the game only just having been made official, there’s not much else to report other than the whole shebang will be running on DICE’s lovely Frostbite 2 engine. This, according to Durrah, will allow the Inquisition team to “deliver a more expansive world, better visuals, more reactivity to player choices, and more customization.”

Source: BioWare Blog