Players of BioWare recently discovered that the official title of DA4 is Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, but that information came with the caveat that fans will have to wait for additional information.
Fans are excited about the upcoming game, but many want BioWare to spend as much time as it needs to do it perfect. After Dragon Age: Origins, Dragon Age 2, and Dragon Age: Inquisition, there are great expectations for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
However, it doesn’t seem like the future game will be the sole Dragon Age material. Dragon Age: Absolution, a new animated program from BioWare and Netflix, will premiere this year. A few things were verified with the teaser, although many fans debate how it treats the mythos.
Dragon Age: Absolution, like Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, is set in Tevinter. However, the exact date of the event is unknown.
Some speculate that it may be an earlier version of Tevinter, or at the very least something unrelated to the planned games, according to the graphic style.
Because Red Templars are engaged, it must be post-Dragon Age: Inquisition or about the same period.
The protagonist is an Elf with facial tattoos resembling a City Elf rather than the Dalish Vallaslin. According to reports, the program would centre on new characters and Dragon Age history with elves, wizards, knights, Qunari, Red Templars, Demons, and other creatures. Surprisingly, there seems to be a female Qunari in the Dragon Age episode.
Others have pointed out that a six-eyed figure is almost certainly an abomination or demon, that the purple magic suggests some necromancy, and that possible interactions with the main adversary might occur (which could be a necromancer). Mairghread Scott is the showrunner, and Tim Sheridan and Mae Catt collaborated on the script for Dragon Age: Absolution.
In the following months, fans will have further opportunities to discover more about Dragon Age: Absolution, with numerous more questions expected to be addressed. Another trailer or two will almost certainly be released before the film’s December release.
The length of the program, as well as its specific release date and timetable, are all unknowns. Still, for those looking for additional Dragon Age material, this may help bridge the gap until Dragon Age: Dreadwolf arrives.
The series’ future is bright, with Dragon Age: Absolution delving further into the mythology and Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’s single-player focus on the horizon.