Dragon Age 4: After the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, DLC announce the end of the saga of Thedas. But fans are expecting another Dragon Age title. For years, Dragon Age 4 is one of the open secrets in the gaming industry. There is no official announcement about the title. But it is hinted that the game is under work for a long time.
Executive Producer Mark Darrah teased fans by his tweets on fan works or by cryptic statements. Finally, at the Game Awards in Dec 2018, Bioware launched a teaser trailer for the game. But the video has no important details about the upcoming title. But here we are giving you all the information about Dragon Age 4.
Dragon Age 4: Release Date
There is officially announced the release date for Dragon Age 4 till now. In Bioware’s September update last year, General Manager Casey Hudson talked about the release of the title. She says, “one of our projects has a large, growing team in Edmonton working through pre-production. Based on the progress seen, I confirm it indeed the Dread Wolf rises.”
Later in EA’s October 2019, we got another new update regarding the release date. Bioware’s CFO Blake Jorgensen said, the Dragon Age 4 game “probably comes after fiscal (2022). That means we can expect the game to release somewhere in April 2022. However, it’s hard to tell when actually the game will release.
Dragon Age 4: Characters
Bioware confirmed the protagonist of Dragon would be from previous Dragon Age games. There will be many characters returning in the game as well. Solas’s voice is in the teaser of the game. SO, he might return in the game. As well as Fenris, Tevinter may return in Dragon Age 4.
Dragon Age 4: Gameplay
Details about the game aren’t available till now. But the title expected to be an RPG. Kotaku’s report suggests about the game that ‘large chunk of Joplin centre on heists. The developers talked about systematic narrative mechanics. They were allowing players to perform actions like persuading or extorting guards without writers to hand-craft every scene. The goal was to focus as much as possible on choice and consequence. With smaller areas and fewer fetch quests than the previous Dragon Age: Inquisition.”