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In a new video from BioWare, Alistair voice actor Steve Valentine explores what it is about Ferelden’s reluctant king he finds so appealing—and possibly hints at Alistair’s appearance in future Dragon Age DLC.

And while interesting to hear Valentine’s thoughts on how Alistair’s uncertainty and inherently flawed human nature are what make him so compelling (as opposed to the strong self-confidence most villains exhibit, say, or any other type of roles with less dimensionality), the biggest takeaway from this video is a) its existence and b) Valentine’s coy tease at the end.

What I mean is: Why would BioWare bust out a video about Alistair now, of all times, if not because he’ll be a part of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s next DLC? Beyond that, Valentine’s “we’ll have to wait and see” ellipsis sign-off suggests as much. Which, I have to imagine, is fine by most Dragon Age fans.

Dragon Age: Inquisition’s first DLC, Jaws of Hakkon, launched on Xbox One and PC just last month. It’s slated to arrive on PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360 in May. For more on the add-on, check out my impressions/verdict.

Source: BioWare Blog

Is Alistair’s voice actor hinting at a possible appearance in future Dragon Age DLC?

In a new video from BioWare, Alistair voice actor Steve Valentine explores what it is about Ferelden’s reluctant king he finds so appealing—and possibly hints at Alistair's appearance in future Dragon Age DLC.

By Chris Holzworth | 04/9/2015 04:05 PM PT

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In a new video from BioWare, Alistair voice actor Steve Valentine explores what it is about Ferelden’s reluctant king he finds so appealing—and possibly hints at Alistair’s appearance in future Dragon Age DLC.

And while interesting to hear Valentine’s thoughts on how Alistair’s uncertainty and inherently flawed human nature are what make him so compelling (as opposed to the strong self-confidence most villains exhibit, say, or any other type of roles with less dimensionality), the biggest takeaway from this video is a) its existence and b) Valentine’s coy tease at the end.

What I mean is: Why would BioWare bust out a video about Alistair now, of all times, if not because he’ll be a part of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s next DLC? Beyond that, Valentine’s “we’ll have to wait and see” ellipsis sign-off suggests as much. Which, I have to imagine, is fine by most Dragon Age fans.

Dragon Age: Inquisition’s first DLC, Jaws of Hakkon, launched on Xbox One and PC just last month. It’s slated to arrive on PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360 in May. For more on the add-on, check out my impressions/verdict.

Source: BioWare Blog

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