Exec. Producer Mark Darrah Posts Dragon Age Teaser in Response to Rockstar
Oh, lord. Our little hearts can’t take much more of these itty bitty little teasers that developers keep dropping! First, we had a massive social media take-over at Rockstar teasing a possible new Red Dead Redemption, now we’ve got Mark Darrah – Executive Producer of the Dragon Age franchise – teasing possible Dragon Age news! As a BioWare loyalist myself, I stopped breathing for a second, so bear with me.
Jealous of Rockstar?
Why do you ask? pic.twitter.com/icPefZCHjs
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) October 16, 2016
The tweet was posted on his official twitter account earlier today in response to the internet’s fervor over Rockstar’s sneak attack on fans this morning. “Jealous of Rockstar? Why do you ask?” he posts.
The design is simple, so why the freak out? Given the massive twist at the end of the third installment, Dragon Age Inquisition, concerning a certain Elven ‘apostate’ by the name of Solas, the Wolf’s head above the tower speaks volumes for the future of the franchise!
With the ending scene of the final expansion for Inquisition, Trespasser, we see that the Inquisitor (quite angrily) marks their search for the Dread Wolf in Tevinter. Logically, this takes the next step in the franchise’s journey to Dorian’s homeland – the land of blood magic and “filthy ‘Vints”. The post may not be much, but it’s enough to have made an in-human fangirl squeal erupt abruptly from my throat.
So reasons why we may not answer your question:
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) April 1, 2015
Of course Darrah followed up with a response to flooding inquiries … we love you, Mark … but oh, you are a cruel man.
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