Dragon Age Writer’s New Game Posts Updates On Its Characters

by | May 20, 2021 | Gaming

It’s been around a year and a half since former Dragon Age writer David Gaider announced Chorus, a musical-themed game from his new studio, Summerfall. A new update from character artist Benjamin Ee explains how the game has grown and changed in that time, with the blog post going over some of the character’s evolving looks.

The first character looked at is Calliope–in Greek mythology Calliope is known as the “Chief of all Muses,” but in Chorus, she’s a little bit more punk rock. Ee says Calliope has changed a lot in the development process, with early feedback leading to her character and role in the story being revised. Her finalized look is an eclectic modern outfit that came about through “merging goth with rave aesthetics,” as explained by Ee in the blog.

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The main character Grace, voiced by Laura Bailey, also received an outfit update. While the bones of her design haven’t changed, the outfit was updated to look more like what a woman would actually wear in 2021.

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