A teaser trailer for Dragon Age 4 was shared during The Game Awards.
This is the teaseriest kind of teaser. No footage of the actual game was shown. But that’s not a huge surprise. Mass Effect: Andromeda hasn’t even been out two years yet and BioWare is currently working on Anthem, so fans likely still have a lengthy wait ahead of them before we see this one arrive. Though, according to executive producer Mark Darrah, they’ve been working on the game for a while now.
You can give the teaser trailer a watch and read messages from both Darrah and creative director Matthew Goldman below.
Dragon Age Adult Coloring Book Paperback
Illustrated by Pablo Churin, Juan Frigeri, Gabriel Guzman, Fernando Melek, and Facundo Percio Dark Horse Comics
Release Date: February 7, 2017
Cover Price: $14.99
Complete with quotes and some breathtaking artwork, the Dragon Age Adult Coloring Book has everything you would expect and more. Almost four dozen striking pieces to color, each with exquisite detail.
There’s not a lot more I can say about this other than it is bound to please any Dragon Age fan.
BioWare has released a new video offering those of you who appreciate detailed, complex character creation a look at just how many options you will have in creating your Dragon Age: Inquisition character.
As you might have expected, you’ll have a variety of ways to tweak your character and make them unique to your game, even going as deep as letting you mess with your eyelash style and inner and outer iris color among many other things.
You can check out what the Dragon Age: Inquisition character creation system looks like in the video below.
A gameplay trailer has been released for the recently confirmed Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer mode.
You can read much more about the multiplayer features right here, but the trailer, while short, offers us our first glimpse at how the four-player co-op action will look when you and your friends get to jump in.
Click on over to the other side to check out the trailer.
BioWare’s Dragon Age: Inquisition was already one of the most anticipated games of the year, thanks to the massive fanbase behind the developer’s previous games in the series and, of course, the Mass Effect trilogy.
But now comes confirmation of another feature of the game that may or may not have fans even more excited, if that’s at all possible. Not only will Inquisition have the single-player campaign you’ve been anticipating for the past handful of years—one that’s said to run around 200 hours for you completionists out there—but it will also include a separate multiplayer option.
You can read more about what to expect from the multiplayer action below.