Bioware Hints at Dragon Age News Coming in December

Bioware Hints at Dragon Age News Coming in December

The developer Bioware is busy preparing for their launch of Anthem for 2019, but it seems haven’t lost focus on their previous franchise Dragon Age and appear to be releasing some news in December.

Bioware Hints at Dragon Age News Coming in December

In the latest blog post that was posted on Bioware’s website the studio GM Casey Hudson gave an overall update of what’s happening with the developer in terms of projects. The majority of the post focused on the upcoming Anthem and the milestones they have been reaching, they also touched upon their other franchises. These include Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Star Wars: The Old Republic, and how they each held their studio’s mission to “create worlds of adventure, conflict, and companionship that inspire you to become the hero of your story”.

In part of the post he talks about “secret Dragon Age stuff” that they will be revealed in December:

If you’ve been following these blogs, or myself and Mark Darrah on Twitter, you know we’re also working on some secret Dragon Age stuff.  Dragon Age is an incredibly important franchise in our studio, and we’re excited to continue its legacy.  Look for more on this in the coming month (though I won’t tell you where to look…)

What this particular news might entail is difficult to say, while Bioware have mentioned they’re still working on the IP in the past, there’s no way to tell what exactly they have in store for Dragon Age fans. Hudson will also be attending next week’s The Game Awards 2018 and with the recent news of more than 10 games to be announced, maybe this will be the platform they’ll use to share some news? The hint of “where to look” has definitely got us thinking.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is the latest entry in the franchise available to play on Playstation 4 and Xbox One as well as on PC.


If you want more Dragon Age you should read next 5 Innovations Dragon Age Should Keep After Inquisition and Bioware Shares How Anthem Could Influence New Dragon Age And Mass Effect Games. If you are taking on the adventure be sure to check out our Dragon Age Inquisition wiki.

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8 comments on “Bioware Hints at Dragon Age News Coming in December”

  1. Avatar Fexelea says:

    I’m so excited now. Why do they do this!!!

  2. Avatar elnawawi says:

    There’s nothing in Video gaming news excites me much as Dragon Age news!!!
    Just … I don’t know what to say! I have been waiting for this for a long time!

  3. Avatar Elhanan says:

    For myself, the most exciting DA info is that the next game has the author of Mordin and Solas as the new lead writer. Players should expect to laugh and rage appropriately :D

  4. Avatar qeter says:

    shame they wont be around to make it. i’m pretty confident anthem will be a massive failure followed by the dissolution of the studio.

  5. ckmishn says:

    We need more lectures on gender dysphoria from bisexual bull-men.

  6. Avatar Elhanan says:

    I am in my 4th DAI campaign, and have yet to hear the Iron Bull do so. Why? I choose not to take that Option. I also tend to bench Blackwall, and rarely take Sera, by choice.

    Player’s get to choose whether or not to accept Companions, dialogue, team, quests, etc. Options are good things; wish more games gave us more choices.

    Also, I seem to recall that he is Pansexual based on what I have read. If one has objections to the content, factual accuracy may help.

  7. ckmishn says:

    If you look through the list of the writers and directors of all the single-player Bioware RPGs it’s amazing to see just how high the attrition is. The director of Baldur’s Gate 1&2 is working on Star Wars: The Old Republic. The writer for Mass Effect 3 is still working at Bioware.

    Other than that, the director and lead writer of Neverwinter Nights, Jade Empire, KOTOR, all the Dragon Age and all the Mass Effect games (not counting the most recent abomination) are gone. The only connection between the current Bioware and Bioware in its golden age is the name.

  8. Avatar Elhanan says:

    I admit not knowing the norm at such employment, but do know that the Crunch Times and long hours often lead to turnover. I used to speak with some of the Devs at Bioware since ’98 or so, and understand that some left to explore other possibilities within and outside of the industry. If folks want to dislike the change, that is a personal choice, but I have enjoyed their games, including many of those receiving Hate from the vocal ragers in the media, on the forums, etc.


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