December 4 is celebrated by fans of the highly-acclaimed RPG series from BioWare Dragon Age as “Dragon Age Day.” And in celebration of said day, the developer of the beloved series released a short cinematic trailer that teases the upcoming sequel, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.
BioWare Celebrates Dragon Age Day By Releasing A New Teaser Trailer For The Upcoming Dragon Age Sequel
Dragon Age Day, or DA for fans of the franchise, began as a simple fan annual event. However, it quickly became an important time of the year for BioWare itself as interest in the event grew bigger and bigger.
Soon enough, the supposed fan event was peppered with charitable activities and, of course, the exciting game reveals and announcements.
This year’s celebration brings a new trailer for the upcoming sequel to the mainline franchise, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. While admittedly very short and lacking in fruitful details about the upcoming game, many fans were delighted to get an update.
The teaser trailer is a minute-long series of animated illustrations voiced over by the beloved dwarf companion from Dragon Age 2 and Dragon Age: Inquisition, Varric.
He talks about the upcoming sequel’s namesake, Dread Wolf, who is none other than the powerful, yet tricky mage, from the previous game as well, Solas.
Varric’s role as the narrator in the teaser seems to confirm that at least two characters from the series are coming back to play integral roles in Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.
In hindsight, only a little has been revealed so far about the game. That being said, it is comforting to know that development seems to be making excellent progress.
It has recently been announced that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is already playable entirely in its Alpha stage.
On top of that, while the upcoming game is the fourth entry in the series, BioWare has since confirmed that Dragon Age Dreadwolf does not necessarily require players to play the original trilogy to understand where its story is going.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has no definite release date yet. It is still in development.