New Dragon Age Teased At The Game Awards

After teasing an announcement coming sometime in December, BioWare took the wraps off of its next Dragon Age game during The Game Awards. A brief teaser trailer showed some slow pans across artifacts, and a hashtag that likely hints at a central story figure. It said, "The Dread Wolf Rises."The teaser was so brief it's hard to glean much more from it, but with the announcement official, BioWare is likely to be starting up the promotional cycle and sharing more details. The last Dragon Age game, Dragon Age Inquisition, won the top honor of Game of the Year at 2014's Game Awards.BioWare had been teasing a Dragon Age related announcement in the lead up to the show and, as of late, had been hinting at the future of the franchises that many of its fans have come to love. Along with Dragon Age, the studio has said it is working on the future of Mass Effect.However, its next major release is Anthem, a sci-fi action RPG in which players take control of Freelancers, equipped with mech suits called Javelins. Anthem is set for release on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on February 22, 2019, but there will be two opportunities to play a demo of the game before then. You can find out more about Anthem's upcoming demos here.There have been a number of other big announcements from the show. You can get caught up on everything by reading our full roundup of all The Game Awards news.

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