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There are 10 new games set to be unveiled at The Game Awards 2018, and the latest batch of rumors hints that one of them will be a new Dragon Age game.

Rumors started when a November BioWare post teased a new game. While the post was vague, it mentioned that BioWare was “excited to continue [the series’] legacy” and was working on some “secret” stuff. It also told fans to look for more news in December. While we’ll have to wait for The Game Awards to find out more information for sure, VentureBeat claims to have a bit more insider info.

According to sources familiar with the studio, as reported by VentureBeat, the next Dragon Age game is still at least three years away. Reports say that the game has been in limbo for over a year at EA, with Anthem taking precedence. EA’s shift to providing games as a service also caused friction, causing Dragon Age writer Mike Laidlaw to leave the studio. However, the passion of other developers may still keep Dragon Age 4—or whatever it’s called, as the game doesn’t yet have a name—on track.

While it’s hard to verify these rumors, Eurogamer also “understands [this report] to be true.” It seems that work on the game has been rebooted, and may start anew after Anthem‘s early 2019 launch.

Whatever the case is, we’ll find out tomorrow, December 6th, when The Game Awards officially a new batch of games. So far, we’re looking forward to a special announcement about Fortnite, what looks to be a Crash Team Racing remaster, news of the next RPG from Fallout: New Vegas creators Obsidian Entertainment, and “something special” from Nintendo. Be sure to check back for updates on all the latest news.

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Source: VentureBeat


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Emma’s early gaming was mostly done in secret, as the only gamer in a family of normal people. She still retains skills from this dark period in her life, such as the ability to teleport instantly across the house away from the computer, and holds a gold medal in the Olympic sport of “Hide the Gameboy.” Sorry, Mom, now you know. Find her on Twitter @Emma4EGM

Dragon Age 4 will reportedly debut at Game Awards, but there’s a catch

Rumors suggest we'll see hints of the next Dragon Age game at this week's big show, but it may not be the news fans want.

By Emma Schaefer | 12/5/2018 12:30 PM PT

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There are 10 new games set to be unveiled at The Game Awards 2018, and the latest batch of rumors hints that one of them will be a new Dragon Age game.

Rumors started when a November BioWare post teased a new game. While the post was vague, it mentioned that BioWare was “excited to continue [the series’] legacy” and was working on some “secret” stuff. It also told fans to look for more news in December. While we’ll have to wait for The Game Awards to find out more information for sure, VentureBeat claims to have a bit more insider info.

According to sources familiar with the studio, as reported by VentureBeat, the next Dragon Age game is still at least three years away. Reports say that the game has been in limbo for over a year at EA, with Anthem taking precedence. EA’s shift to providing games as a service also caused friction, causing Dragon Age writer Mike Laidlaw to leave the studio. However, the passion of other developers may still keep Dragon Age 4—or whatever it’s called, as the game doesn’t yet have a name—on track.

While it’s hard to verify these rumors, Eurogamer also “understands [this report] to be true.” It seems that work on the game has been rebooted, and may start anew after Anthem‘s early 2019 launch.

Whatever the case is, we’ll find out tomorrow, December 6th, when The Game Awards officially a new batch of games. So far, we’re looking forward to a special announcement about Fortnite, what looks to be a Crash Team Racing remaster, news of the next RPG from Fallout: New Vegas creators Obsidian Entertainment, and “something special” from Nintendo. Be sure to check back for updates on all the latest news.

Read More

Source: VentureBeat



About Emma Schaefer

view all posts

Emma’s early gaming was mostly done in secret, as the only gamer in a family of normal people. She still retains skills from this dark period in her life, such as the ability to teleport instantly across the house away from the computer, and holds a gold medal in the Olympic sport of “Hide the Gameboy.” Sorry, Mom, now you know. Find her on Twitter @Emma4EGM