During The Game Awards 2018, BioWare teased the next title in the Dragon Age franchise, dubbed as Dragon Age 4. After previously teasing an announcement on Dragon Age 4 somewhen in December, BioWare revealed the first trailer of the next installment of the popular series.
The short Dragon Age 4 teaser pans over the artifacts in the game and presents a hashtag, possibly of a central story figure or the name of the title, “The Dread Wolf Rises.” However, the trailer is to brief, so it doesn’t present many details about the upcoming Dragon Age 4. As for “The Dread Wolf Rises,” it is most likely a reference to Fen’Harel, the god of betrayal in the Dragon Age universe.
The last Dragon Age title, Dragon Age Inquisition, had an excellent period at The Game Awards 2014 where it won the Top Honor at The Game Of The Year category. Now, we expect that the future Dragon Age 4 would be at least as good as the 2014 Dragon Age Inquisition video game.
Dragon Age 4 Got Its First Trailer, But BioWare Would Not Reveal Anything New About It Any Time Soon
At The Game Awards 2018 event, BioWare teased the fans of the franchise with an announcement on Dragon Age 4. The game devs have also informed the fans that they are also working on the next Mass Effect title.
As for the Dragon Age 4, besides the recently released teaser, BioWare is not going to reveal more details any time soon, as stated by Mark Darrah from the BioWare studios. He added that Dragon Age 4 has been in the works for a long time now and a team of “core” Dragon Age veterans is developing the new title.
“Making players into heroes of their own stories has been my real-life quest since Baldur’s Gate. Over the years I’ve taken on increasing challenges: building vast living worlds, devising fun party-based combat and illustrating fantastic stories. Now, I’m honored and excited to continue BioWare’s rich legacy of colorful companions, romance, and epic choices in my favorite fantasy franchise,” said Darrah.
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