After making its debut at the annual event, Dragon Age 4 is set to make a return to The Game Awards in 2020.
With the awards showcase set for next week, EA has teased that the untitled Dragon Age sequel will make some sort of appearance at the show, hosted and produced by Geoff Keighley. The announcement, in honor of Dragon Age Day, came in a press release sent to IGN. In addition, the release highlighted four new short stories, written by BioWare’s narrative team, which have been created to help paint a picture for the future of Dragon Age, and provide “some insight” into the upcoming reveal.
The stories, published on Dragon Age Day, are accompanied by brand new artwork. They are The Next One, by Bryanna Battye; Ruins of Reality, by John Dombrow; The Wake, by Mary Kirby; and Minrathous Shadows, by Sheryl Chee.
What exactly will be shown is unclear, but it does appear that clues may be found within the words of these new stories. EA debuted the first Dragon Age 4 teaser at The Game Awards 2018, and most recently offered a behind-the-scenes look during Gamescom 2020. Hopefully further details about the story it intends to tell will arrive with this reveal.
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The tease comes shortly after BioWare announced some key staffing changings, as studio GM Casey Hudson and Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah announced they are leaving BioWare, with Christian Dailey taking on Darrah’s executive producer role.
Source: IGN Video Games All