Detailed by Bloomberg, a King Arthur project from Dragon Age's Mike Laidlaw named Avalon was cancelled by a top exec at Ubisoft.
The famed director who previously worked at BioWare has announced that he'll "take stock and figure out what’s next" upon departing from Ubisoft.
From Dragon Age, to freelance consulting, to an unannounced project, Mike Laidlaw has joined Ubisoft.
BioWare has longterm plans for its fantasy RPG series Dragon Age.
While in an interview, Mike Laidlaw, Creative Director of the Dragon Age series, mentioned that more in the series "is happening."
When it released in 2011, Dragon Age 2 was incredibly polarizing for numerous reasons. It was a step in a different, more "actioney" direction from the previous Dragon Age: Origins, which was beloved. Further, for many people
When Mike Laidlaw, Creative Director of Dragon Age Inquisition, spoke with the official Xbox magazine, he had some pretty interesting things to say about making good use of the Kinect. Much like in Mass Effect 3, the
During a panel held yesterday at PAX Prime, Dragon Age: Inquisition Lead Designer Mike Laidlaw dropped a very interesting (and slightly garbled) statement on how the game will perform on different platforms, caught on film by Youtube