looks like Dragon Age 4 Will bring BioWare’s highly regarded RPG series to Twente, The world of Thedas that the studio has never explored.
Some key details about BioWare’s upcoming sequel are already in BioWare: Stores and secrets in 25 years of game development, A new art book that takes readers through the colorful history of BioWare.
Eurogamer managed to put this book into practice, and recorded an important “Dragon Age” entry on its page, confirming the “long-awaited “Dragon Age: Trial” follow-up.” […] The Inquisition and intruder events will change Thedas forever and will take the player to Tevinter. “
Due to the end of the Inquisition and the aforementioned events in the Trespasser DLC, this location has been hinted before. We won’t write spoilers here, but the narrative beats and story themes in the DLC revolve around the split elf Solas, positioning Tevinter as the next key location in the world.
Eurogamer pointed out that the book implies that there may be more locations in the game. “The artwork of a gleaming city surrounded by water almost certainly shows the city of Antiwa, the capital of Antiwa, which borders Twente to the east,” Tom Phillips of the site.
“Also showed the concept art of Antivan Crow; a theater assassin, “celebrated for mastery of fashion killers”, he wears a delicate mask, wields a glowing sword, and has several real crow assistants.
“Dragon Age 4” has been in development for several years, and was ridiculed for the first time in the 2018 Game Awards, and then it was correctly displayed at Gamescom Opening Night Live in August last year.
EA has stated that it expects “Dragon Age 4” to come out in 2022 or later, so don’t be excited about what you see here now.