Finally, BioWare did it. At The Game Awards tonight, we got confirmation that Dragon Age 4 is real and is called… eh… I don't know.
After teasing an announcement about a week ago, BioWare gave those that may have to wait up to three years to play the game, a very brief teaser.
While we didn't get an actual proper name for the next Dragon Age, we basically got confirmation that Dragon Age: Inquisition character Solas will be coming back to the world of dragons and ages; the #TheDreadWolfRises hashtag is a reference to the Richard O' Brien lookalike.
Exec producer Mark Darrah and creative director Matthew Goldman posted a blog after the reveal confirming that fans shouldn't expect any further details for a bit, but Darrah did say that 'we have been building a new team around a core of Dragon Age veterans, people I’ve worked with on Dragon Age, Jade Empire, and some of whom I’ve worked with since the Baldur’s Gate days.'
Goldman added that he's 'honored and excited to continue BioWare’s rich legacy of colorful companions, romance and epic choices in my favorite fantasy franchise.'