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New 'Dragon Age 4' Concept Art Sees Fan-Favourite Faction In The Spotlight

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New 'Dragon Age 4' Concept Art Sees Fan-Favourite Faction In The Spotlight

Though Dragon Age 4 will not be a part of EA Play Live (boo!), we have been treated to a piece of new concept art of the upcoming game, and it features none other than the Antivan Crows (woo!).

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Dragon Age fans will be keenly aware that there have been trials and tribulations to arrive at this point in the game's development, and so any and all sneak peeks will be welcomed warmly. "For me, success is all about rebuilding that reputation, and delivering on that promise of quality," said Gary McKay, general manager for BioWare, in a statement. "We're laser-focused on releasing the types of games BioWare has built a reputation on: high-quality console, PC, and online RPG games with rich stories, unforgettable characters, and vast worlds." Indeed, what we saw in the teaser trailer for Dragon Age 4 had us all aflutter - sweeping across Thedas, leaping from wonder to wonder, and finally bringing us face to face with Solas.

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Christian Dailey, the executive producer of Dragon Age 4, is regretful that there isn't more to show of the upcoming game this month, but we all appreciate that good things come to those that wait. Plus, they had the kindness to share another piece of concept art on Twitter and I am thrilled by their choice. This one shows the Antivan Crows descending upon the rooftops of what might be Orlais, if the overly spiffy armour on that falling guard is anything to go on. Bystanders lean over their balcony in awe of the acrobatics of the clandestine group, and in the centre of the artwork, there is a grinning Crow wielding a very shiny sword.

Featured Image Credit: BioWare

Topics: Dragon Age, News, Bioware

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