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Nov 302018

Not only do we have Yakuza and/or Project Judge news coming soon, but it sounds like Dragon Age news is planned for December as well.

BioWare’s November update post includes a tease of upcoming Dragon Age news:

Dragon Age is an incredibly important franchise in our studio, and we’re excited to continue its legacy. Look for more on this in the coming month (though I won’t tell you where to look…)”

That sounds like it might not be something as obvious as a trailer, maybe more like a quiet hint about the next game. On the other hand, it could just be to keep it more mysterious.

I’ve enjoyed all three Dragon Age games, but Dragon Age Inquisition left me conflicted due to the separation of its main plot and exploration, as well as its weak villain. I hope the next Dragon Age game has stronger storytelling.

(Although since Mass Effect: Andromeda also left me conflicted and had an even worse villain, I’m not as hyped for a new BioWare game as I used to be.)

The post also makes a brief mention of Mass Effect, basically just to say they have future plans for the series.

Some people think they might announce a fourth Dragon Age in December, while a lot of other fans think it might be something different, like a remaster of Dragon Age: Origins.

While I did have some issues with Inquisition, I enjoyed it in general and thought it set up a sequel pretty well. If they do announce the next game, I hope it continues the story that began in Inquisition (even if it isn’t an “Inquisition 2”) rather than picking up somewhere else.

Where do you think the Dragon Age series is going from here? What are you hoping for?

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  4 Responses to “Dragon Age News Teased for December”

  1. I hope it will be more like Origins, and not feel like an offline MMO. It will be interesting to see what happens.

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