BioWare Finally Officially Announces Dragon Age 4: The Dread Wolf Rises

Alfred Osborne
December 8, 2018

It was reported earlier this week that Dragon Age 4 (not confirmed title) would finally be appearing tonight at The Game Awards, and that's exactly what happened - although details are still sparse. Not only has it been a full four years since the Dragon Age series had a new release, the developers have been dropping several sneaky teasers and other tasty tidbits regarding the series for months now. In the trailer, a voice closely resembling Solas from Dragon Age: Inquisition can be heard saying "So, You've found me at last, I suspect you have questions" before the official announcement was made. Although the game sold roughly the same number of copies in the its predecessor, Electronic Arts confirmed in 2015 that the game is the most successful launch in BioWare history based on unit sales. We just get a dramatic mural, a bit of voiceover, and a hashtag labeled 'the Dread Wolf Rises.' That could be a title, but more likely it just gives us a hint about what to expect from the new game. Along with Dragon Age, the studio has said it is working on the future of Mass Effect.

BioWare's Dragon Age series, which has been quiet since 2014, is back with a brand new game and a very short trailer to go with it.

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In a blog post, executive producer Mark Darrah confirms the new Dragon Age game has been in the works for "quite a while".

"Making players into heroes of their own stories has been my real-life quest since Baldur's Gate", creative director Matthew Goldman added.

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