|It has been suggested this article be moved to Dragon Age 4|
"So... you've found me at last. I suspect you have questions." —Solas, the Dread Wolf
The Dread Wolf Rises is the current working title[confirmation needed] of the fourth installment of the Dragon Age video game series.
The 2018 Game Awards teaser trailer was released on December 6, 2018. Most of the video shows a close-up view of the lyrium idol, a dwarven artifact uncovered by the Champion of Kirkwall during the events of Dragon Age II. The image shown at the end of the trailer depicts the idol in the center, an unnamed character to the left, and what is likely a wolf to the right. The idol is surrounded by seven circles, two of which have not been greyed out, and the ground appears to be on fire.
As of late 2018, it has been stated that the game has been in development "for quite a while." It was revealed at the 2018 Video Game Awards. Sources within BioWare have stated that the game will be released no earlier than 2021, and that as of late 2018, the game is without an official name.
The game starts at some point following the events of Dragon Age: Inquisition, particularly those of Trespasser.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Bioware Blog - A Message From Mark Darrah & Matthew Goldman – The Dread Wolf Rises http://blog.bioware.com/2018/12/06/thedreadwolfrises/.
- ↑ GameSpot - Dragon Age 4 Teased With A Trailer At The Game Awards https://www.gamespot.com/articles/dragon-age-4-teased-with-a-trailer-at-the-game-awa/1100-6463750/
- ↑ Game Informer - Report: Dragon Age 4 Will Be Revealed At The Game Awards, But Is Several Years From Release https://www.gameinformer.com/2018/12/04/report-dragon-age-4-will-be-revealed-at-the-game-awards-but-is-several-years-from
- ↑ Unofficial BSN. http://bsn.boards.net/thread/15233/new-comic-dragon-age-deception?page=17.