Dragon Age 4: New Details at the Game Awards 2020

Dragon Age 4: New Details at the Game Awards 2020
Do you want to find out more about the next part of the Dragon Age RPG series? You can expect more information during the Game Awards 2020.

There is news to see Dragon Age 4

Geoff Keighley, moderator of the Game Awards 2020, said on Twitter that we are coming Thursday, December 10th - in this country, however, due to the time difference on December 11th at 1 a.m. - get an exclusive insight into Dragon Age 4. But he has not yet revealed what exactly we will see. So far we've got very tiny insights. A first teaser that didn't show any gameplay and a couple of artworks that didn't reveal anything about the game. Bioware may now show the first gameplay or at least a slightly longer rendering trailer. We should know more on December 11th from 1 am.

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This special look on Dragon Age 4 should also reassure all fans who are worried about the future of the game series and after the announcement of the departure of studio manager Casey Hudson and the creative director of Dragon Age, Mark Darrah Dragon Age 4 in particular. The work continues, but under new management. When we can expect the release of the next Dragon Age is not yet certain. Perhaps the Game Awards and the insight into the game will shed some light on this too.

Source: Twitter

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