BioWare and EA first teased the next Dragon Age at The Game Awards 2018, which was immediately followed by reports that the game was still ‘years away'. Now for The Game Awards 2020, Dragon Age 4 returns with a new official teaser.
The trailer is short, coming in at just over a minute long, which oddly enough, is shorter than the Mass Effect teaser we got last night.
The trailer gives us a look at a bunch of cave paintings, followed by a brief look the world we'll be exploring and some of the beasts and foes we'll be fighting. The trailer ends with a worried looking Solas from Dragon Age Inquisition, so we can expect some continuity from that game.
In a separate blog post, BioWare promises “rich, branching narratives, choices with consequences and intriguing characters” – y'know, RPG stuff. Unfortunately, that's all the information we have for now, as BioWare is being cautious when it comes to revealing story details, or even a general release year. Hopefully more news will come in 2021.
KitGuru Says: Are many of you looking forward to the next Dragon Age? What did you think of the new teaser trailer?