The game Dragon Age 4 is official: although we think its a few years until we get our hands on it at last. Unveiled at The Game Awards 2018, the developer graced us with a short teaser trailer and the latest hashtag something like #TheDreadWolfRises. It specifies the return of a familiar character and lots of potential consequences in the fantastic world of Dragon Age.
Dragon Age: The Dread Wolf Rises
The Game Awards 2018 provided us our very initial official sight at this game in the form of a short teaser trailer named The Dread Wolf Rises. This teaser features Solus, signifying the game will go on after Dragon Age: Inquisition. We can also see the lyrium idol that emerges in Dragon Age II, although it is not possible to assume anything from this.
The Dragon Age 4 Development:
Thanks to Alexis Kennedy unveiling that he’s written content for the upcoming Dragon Age game, we acquaint that development began shortly before May 2017. We also know that all the job listings related to Dragon Age have been eradicated from the official site, which can propose that the final development squad roster has been cemented. On the pinnacle of that, we acquaint that the venture won’t be headed up by Mike Laidlaw, this series creative director. It’s because in October 2017 he left the company after fourteen years.
A thank you message to Laidlaw from Mark Darrah the executive producer of Dragon Age reads, “I’m really excited for you to perceive what the subsequent Dragon Age is gonna be,” proving that development is surely happening. Yet another statement further proved, although unofficially, that a 4th Dragon Age game is in the making. The executive producer of the whole franchise tweeted that individuals were hard at work on an upcoming game.
Statement from sources within the company proposed that the game would be live, directing to concerns from gamers about this game becoming a Destiny-like multiplayer. Casey Hudson Company’s general manager tweeted about such fears, highlighting that the live parts would be centered on carrying on the story after the key narrative is over.
Dragon Age 4 Multiplayer:
With multiplayer more and more common across the industry, it must not approach as much of a surprise that the 4th installment will likely feature some type of multiplayer. This hint turned up consideration of a job listing for a franchise Dragon Age’s technical director that requests someone with experience making multiplayer games. With no major multiplayer parts in any of the preceding Dragon Age games, this listing seems to apply to the forthcoming Dragon Age game.
Launch Date of Dragon Age 4 :
It is a long far off, that much is for sure. The company’s primary center in the predictable future is Anthem, which is not owing to launch until February 2019. After taking post-release support and updates into account, Dragon Age 4 may not surface until 2020 or even afterward. In terms of platforms, we anticipate seeing Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Although it is unknown whether new consoles like Playstation 5 will be accessible at the time of this game’ launch.