It seems like BioWare is gearing up to release some long awaited details for Dragon Age 4 sometime next year.
BioWare marked the unofficial celebration of "Dragon Age Day" on Dec. 4 by releasing new Dragon Age merch, celebrating fan livestreams, and releasing two new short stories from the world of Dragon Age. In a blog post, BioWare also gave a very brief update on the next installment of the franchise.
"We want to let you all know that we're still hard at work on building the next single-player focused experience for Dragon Age." the blog read. "We're excited for next year when we can talk more about what we're working on.
Details around Dragon Age 4 have been sparce since it was announced at The Game Awards in 2018. Two years later, again at The Game Awards, a new teaser trailer was released revealing that the narrative focus of the game would be Solas, following on from Dragon Age: Inquisition.
But, thanks to the blog post, it seems that BioWare will be revealing more about the game next year though a specific date has yet to be announced. The post also reaffirmed that Dragon Age 4 would be a single-player game, after it was reported that BioWare would be scrapping the game's initial live service plans following Anthem's poor success.
Sadly though, it seems that Dragon Age 4 is still pretty far away. Fans have been anxious for the next entry into the beloved series, after Dragon Age: Inquisition's release in 2014.
BioWare's blog post took a moment to thank fans for the continued support for the franchise, saying, "We can not thank you all enough for your continued support and love for the franchise. It is what inspires us each and every day to continue to build new worlds, characters, and stories for you to explore."