Electronic Arts' Q3 fiscal year 2010 numbers are in, and with it comes a few particularly interesting bits about the new hit franchise Dragon Age.
The first installment, Origins, has sold over 3.2 million units since its launch this past November. Mass Effect 2 project director Casey Hudson informed us last month Origins has made "an incredibly strong case for the viability of large single-player PC games, which seem to have struggled in recent years."
Of course, you know an expansion -- Awakening -- is already in the works (expect an interview soon on that front), but BioWare don't seem to be interested in downtime, as a sequel is pegged for Q4 2011. The currently untitled game is planned for consoles, handhelds (likely iPhone), and PC.
BioWare VP Greg Zeschuk has said about it: "We're doing a lot of work on the Dragon Age engine, and doing a lot of stuff to pump it -- to make it visually super hot," so there's that to look forward to.