BioWare hints at imminent Dragon Age 4 activity

Dragon Age: Origins is the first game in the series and it's beloved by fans because it stayed true to the core RPG (role-playing-game) mechanics of D&D games.

Good news gamers, as it looks like Bioware are preparing to unleash Dragon Age 4! This year, BioWare is officially acknowledging the event and has plans to "join the community's party".

It's been a decade since the first Dragon Age, and BioWare's recent tweet hints that they could be ready to announce the next step of the franchise.Dragon Age Day began as an unofficial fan event on December 4th of previous year.

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Dragon Age Day is also supporting charity Able Gamers this year, with proceeds raised by events during the celebration going directly to the charity. With Dragon Age 4 very much on everyone's mind, thoughts quickly turned to the possibility of seeing some kind of hint or teaser for the hotly anticipated sequel next month.

"Today marks 10 years of Dragon Age!" you can read in the tweet. After the cool reception of both Mass Effect: Andromeda and Anthem, BioWare could certainly use a hit, and Dragon Age might be the franchise to deliver it.

Dragon Age 4 was confirmed to be in development at the Game Awards 2018, though it's probably still a long way off: EA confirmed during its earnings call last week that the game likely won't release for another two years. As part of Unofficial Dragon Age Day, the community get together to share everything from short stories and art, to live streams and playthroughs online.

  • Delia Davidson