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Dragon Age Will Once Again Be Shown at The Game Awards

After the game was first unveiled at The Game Awards two years ago, Dragon Age will once again be returning in some fashion.

December 5, 2020

Dragon Age fans have not received a proper game in the series since the release of Dragon Age Inquisition back in 2014. A couple of years ago at The Game Awards, the next game in the series was revealed. This year, Geoff Keighley will be bringing the game back for another look.

The host of The Game Awards tweeted that fans will get a special look at the next Dragon Age game from Bioware at the show along with what appears to be some new artwork.

It wasn’t specified what this special look will be. The first announcement was just a short teaser clip with artwork and voice over. We have still yet to see gameplay in any capacity. Unless you would like to count this small snippet from a video showing off EA’s tech.

I am interested to see how this game is holding up. Bioware has gone through plenty of trials and tribulations over the last five years. Everyone knows what happened with Anthem and Mass Effect Andromeda, but the company has had many internal issues that could be problematic for development. Multiple top developers have left the studio, including Casey Hudson and Mark Darrah.

EA has stated that the next Dragon Age game will not release until 2022 at the earliest and 2023 at the latest. One can assume that it is being developed for the next generation of consoles. Bioware has been run through the internet gauntlet after Inquisition was released. Hopefully, this Dragon Age game can help set the developers as one of the top RPG makers once again.

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Grant Huff

Grant Huff is a writer at DualShockers located out of Houston. He is a computer science graduate from Texas State University. When he is not playing or covering video games, he is most likely eating pizza.

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