Dragon Age 4 Dev Teases “Great Progress” With New Concept Art

Dragon Age 4 Antivan Crows

News about the next Dragon Age game is decidedly sparse these days, so the smallest crumb of information is a comparative feast to awaiting fans. Making its last proper appearance at TGA 2020, the Dragon Age 4 hype train has been largely kept alive by concept art as of late, with developer BioWare unloading a pile of interesting images over the past few months. This weekend marks the reveal of yet another artwork, this time featuring an eye-catching portrait of the infamous Antivan Crows.

Native to the Antiva region of the RPG, the Crows act as a sort-of avian-themed take on the AC series’ Assassin’s Order, but everything really is permitted given the proper payment. The image itself illustrates the House of Crows descending on a pair of soldiers, carrying out the group’s relentless brand of justice. The artwork was accompanied by a post from executive producer Christian Dailey teasing the team is currently “heads down with a lot of momentum” and “making great progress” on Dragon Age 4.

This new message was extended following the news neither Dragon Age nor Mass Effect would have a presence at the upcoming EA Play Live event. Trading the company’s usual solo presentation for a 5-part showcase across July, it might be disappointing that BioWare is skipping the festivities, but fans can at least take comfort in the “great progress” made on the RPG project so far. Not only that, it looks like the Antivan Crows might fit somewhere in the adventure if this concept art comes to fruition.

What do you think? Are you digging all the Dragon Age 4 artwork we’ve seen so far, or do you just want to see some new footage already? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter and Facebook to be informed of the latest gaming and entertainment news 24 hours a day! For more BioWare headlines recently featured on DFTG, check out these next few news stories:

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