Dragon Age 4: Everything we know so far, release date, Trailer and more
Bioware’s new games are met with expectation but also trepidation. This is due to Bioware’s history of making great games. As the bar is always higher than others, expectations are high. So when the news about Dragon Age 4 began to circulate in 2021, fans of earlier games in this series began to dread it and start to nibble in anticipation.
Dragon Age 4 release date
In the last few days, the rumour mill has been chugging away, and the pulp coming from the other end strongly suggests that it will be released sometime in 2023. That’s a pretty vague date, and 2023 could easily be slipped to 2024. However, the pandemic may have less effect (at least as of writing). We will keep our fingers crossed for production.
If things go well, we can expect to see more at E3 in the middle of next year.
Which platforms will Dragon Age 4 take place on?
The game will be available on PC, Xbox Series S and Series X, and the PlayStation 5. We know that Dragon Age 4 will not be released on the previous consoles, at least not in the first instance. However, we are certain that it will appear on PC, Xbox Series S and Series X.
Dragon Age 4 reveal Trailer.
We were able to see Dragon Age 4 footage for the first time in 2018. Since then, we have not seen anything other than what we saw back then. You can see it here if you haven’t yet.
Dragon Age 4 behind-the scenes
Bioware released a four-minute behind-the-scenes video in the middle of 2020 that showed some new concept art of the places we can expect to be adventuring through.
Dragon Age 4 Cinematic Trailer (2020 Game Awards)
At the 2020 Game Awards, we did get some new cinematics that showed at least a few hints of returning characters. However, there is no gameplay footage yet, so we are happy with some CGI.
Dragon Age 4 plot and options
Bioware published a blog post on January 6th titled “The State of Bioware,” and looking forward. Gary Mckay, general manager of Bioware, wrote in: “This has proven to be another difficult year. Both work and personal lives have been disrupted by uncertainty from the global pandemic. To adapt to new circumstances, we have had to keep our feet on the ground. It has been a joy to manage a studio filled with talented people. A team that strives for excellence and innovation.
Dragon Age was left with just two lines: “As far as Dragon Age, we have an experienced group of talented developers working to the next iteration. We’re focusing on single-player experiences that are built around choices that matter.
It is important to note that the emphasis on “choices” and the single-player aspect are key points.
Dragon Age fans will have a lot to look forward to in the next few months.