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Bioware Finally Talks About The Dragon Age Sequel In New Trailer

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Bioware Finally Talks About The Dragon Age Sequel In New Trailer

Bioware has been teasing around a new Dragon Age for years now. Finally, the studio seems happy to talk about what it's working on, even if it's not ready to show the game itself. It's published a lot of concept art of the new game and even a few clips from behind the scenes.

As part of the Gamescom: Opening Night Live, the latest show in the all-consuming franchise that is Geoff Keighley, a number of Bioware developers talked about the broad aims of the project.

You can see what they had to say in the video below:

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The new Dragon Age will be from the perspective of characters who have no power. The game will be about forming close relationships with a family of characters. And learning to love or hate the people around you... Someone should tell Bioware that broadly describes all the previous games. Nonetheless, at least that means it will be somewhat like the other games, which after the disappointment that was Anthem will restore some faith in the series.

As Bioware weren't giving a great deal of detail about what you'd actually be doing in the game, you should check out some of the concept art the team shared:

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