Latest News EA confirms Dragon Age 4 will get an airing at next week's Game Awards


If you have actually been expecting a fresh glance of BioWare's long-confirmed however still frustratingly evasive Dragon Age 4 (or whatever it may eventually be called), you remain in luck; EA states the game will get its "next expose" throughout Thursday's The Game Awards.

The news comes by means of the main news release distributed to commemorate Dragon Age Day, which BioWare has actually marked with the release of 4 brand-new stories embedded in the Dragon Age universe. EA states the stories, composed by members of the game's narrative group, will "assist paint the picture for the future of Dragon Age, consisting of some insight into the next expose at The Game Awards".

Those wanting to dive a little much deeper and search the 4 stories in the hope of uncovering ideas of things to come can do so over on the main Dragon Age site. The stories in question are The Next One by Bryanna Battye, Ruins of Reality by John Dombrow, The Wake by Mary Kirby, and Minrathous Shadows by Sheryl Chee.

The Game Awards, provided by Geoff Keighley (who reconfirmed the news of an impending Dragon Age expose on his Twitter page), occur next Thursday, 10th December, at 7pm ET - which is midnight for us UK folk on Friday, 11th December. It'll mark 2 years given that Dragon Age 4's official expose at the Game Awards 2018, which took the kind of a vigorous teaser trailer.

The slightest wisp of brand-new details emerged previously this year when BioWare shared video of a number of Dragon Age areas working on next-gen consoles, while another peek in August provided the smallest smidgeon of in-game video footage.

Next week's proving, whatever form it eventually takes, will mark the very first time the brand-new Dragon Age game gets a public trip following the departure of the series' long-lasting executive manufacturer Mark Darrah, who revealed his retirement from BioWare the other day, together with that of studio basic supervisor Casey Hudson.

Christian Dailey, who will now lead the brand-new Dragon Age task, shared a post previously today, composing, "Mark is somebody that I appreciate and is a real BioWare legend. All of us intend to make him happy as we want to provide the very best Dragon Age story yet".