"Today marks 10 years of Dragon Age!" the tweet read. "See you on 12/4 for Dragon 4ge Day!". The date coincides with Dragon Age Day, the annual community-hosted event dedicated to the Dragon Age series. The game publisher celebrated the 10 anniversary of the Dragon Age franchise with an interesting tweet that said we have something big to expect on December 4.
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If you're one of those familiar with the Dragon Age universe, feel free to drop a comment and share your thoughts with the rest of us. It sure would be the flawless time to give out some info about the next Dragon Age game.
The fourth installment of the Dragon Age franchise was confirmed in a teaser trailer at last year's Game Awards, but in the time since then, BioWare has gone mostly quiet about the game. There was outpouring of love for the game on Twitter, and some of those involved in the creation of Origins - such as David Gaider and Mike Laidlaw - expressed their appreciation to fans for continuing to celebrate the game. The community raises money for charity, specifically Child's Play, and actually raised $7,000 in 2018. This makes it a little harder to imagine what BioWare might have in mind for joining Dragon Age Day to celebrate.
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Hopefully we'll get to see some footage from the game, which so far has remained under wraps.
Only last week publisher EA spoke about Dragon Age 4's development.
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