Going into The Game Awards, we all knew that BioWare would be there to show off Anthem. What we never expected was that they would be there to also present a teaser for a new Dragon Age game!
— BioWare (@bioware) December 7, 2018
With just a few simple words, the gaming community lost their minds. Dragon Age is one of the best titles BioWare has ever produced. While the first may have been the standard for the others to fall short of, the series has still maintained a faithful following of gamers who wanted to forge their path in this magical multi-directional series.
This reveal also comes as a shock because previous reports were that everyone at BioWare was working on Anthem. While that may have been the case for the majority, it appears it wasn’t true for the rest. Thankfully, that is the case.
So, who is the Dread Wolf? If you’re new to Dragon Age, the wiki description should tell you what you need to know…
Fen’Harel, the elven god of betrayal (or god of rebellion) is also known as the Dread Wolf, He Who Hunts Alone, Lord of Tricksters, The Great Wolf, Roamer of the Beyond, the old wolf, and Bringer of Nightmares. He was known as kin to both the Creators and the Forgotten Ones. His supposed betrayal of both clans of gods by sealing them away in their respective realms, never again to interact with the mortal world, is sometimes used to explain why the elven gods–particularly the benevolent Creators–did not intervene to prevent the fall of Arlathan. Indeed, Fen’Harel has allegedly never been fond of the elven people and is said to have spent centuries in a far corner of the earth after his great deception, hugging himself and giggling madly in glee.
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