Sounds Like No Dragon Age 4 News At The Game Awards, BioWare Says As It Confirms Single-Player Focus

BioWare says it is excited to talk more about the next Dragon Age game... in 2022.

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To mark Dragon Age Day on December 4, BioWare confirmed that the new Dragon Age game remains in development. However, the company said not to expect any news until 2022. This suggests there won't be any news about the long-awaited RPG during The Game Awards this Thursday, December 9.

"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," BioWare said in a blog post. "We're excited for next year when we can talk more about what we're working on."

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Dragon Age 4 and The Game Awards have gone hand-in-hand in recent years, with BioWare debuting new teaser for the game back in 2018 and following it up with a new cinematic in 2020.

BioWare's specific wording is that the studio won't "talk" about the new Dragon Age game until 2022, which technically leaves open some wiggle room for the studio to show it before the year is out. But this is just speculation. In any event, we'll know soon, as The Game Awards is just a few days away now.

While fans might not get any new Dragon Age 4 news soon, BioWare has published two new Dragon Age-themed short stories--read them here. In addition to the next Dragon Age game, BioWare is developing a new Mass Effect title.

For more on The Game Awards--which should be packed with game reveals and more--check out GameSpot's rundown of everything you need to know about The Game Awards.

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