Dragon Age Producer Teasing Something, E3 Announcement Coming?

Probably. Probably not.

Posted By | On 14th, Nov. 2016

Dragon Age: Inquisition

Dragon Age: Inquisition is over and done with, especially with the Trespasser DLC tying up many loose ends from before, but Bioware is far from done with the franchise. While the developer is devoting many resources to Mass Effect: Andromeda, executive producer for the Dragon Age series Mark Darrah has been teasing something about the series on Twitter.

Several images (which have been embedded below) include the helm of the Inquisitor, the Chantry’s symbol, a blade which is straight out of Dragon Age: Inquisition and much more. Though fans have been asking Darrah to spill more information on the significance of these images being posted, he isn’t saying anything…yet.

Although Darrah did note that in the image of a rook on the chessboard, the actual chess piece is on the space “E3”. Darrah is playing innocent but obviously something is up.

Maybe more DLC to continue the tale of the Inquisitor? Perhaps a brand new title that could release in the next few years after Mass Effect: Andromeda? We’ll only know for sure in the coming days so stay tuned for more information and let us know in the comments what you think this could all mean.


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