by on Nov 28, 2019

Dragon Age executive tweets “Dragon Age” for no real reason

Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah turned heads and raised eyebrows by posting the words “Dragon Age” three times in a row with no context whatsoever (via games radar).

He then said that he’d “cause[d] trouble” with the tweetstorm, and BioWare general manager Casey Hudson pretended to be exasperated with his hijinks. It is, in all likelihood, hijinks. 


Publisher Electronic Arts said that the new Dragon Age game is in the works and “probably comes after fiscal ‘22”. Hudson had stated that “the Dread Wolf rises” with a “a large and growing team in Edmonton working through pre-production.” The Dread Wolf is Solas, the shiny charlatan of Dragon Age: Inquisition, and he’s got an idea to tear down the Veil and restore the ancient Elven world. I presume this is going to be just as successful as the other things Solas has tried in his thousands and thousands of years of life. Most of them have involved napping, waking up to a total disaster, and blaming the first person he sets his eyes on. 

I know, I’m right. The third photo Darrah tweeted looks like Haven, the initial headquarters of the Inquisition. If it is Haven, why does Darrah only show the edge of the screen? Everyone has seen that environment in the third game. Unless… 


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Dragon Age: Inquisition

on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One

RPG sequel built on EA’s Frostbite technology.

Release Date:

21 November 2014