The Dragon Age is a dark fantasy RPG video game. BioWare is responsible for the creation of the game. This game has garnered worldwide fame. Hence, there is very little criticism that has even bordered the negative circle around the globe. Let us look at some of the interesting facts of the game.
Books: Dragon Age
The sequence of the book release is very interesting. But, pay more attention to the story. Much like other dark-fantasies, this story will grip you till the end of the book. Part 3 was released before part 2. The reasons are not announced by the company but some speculate that it has to do a lot with the plot and release timeline which coincides with the game.
1. The World of Thedas Volume I
2. The Art of Dragon Age Inquisition
3. The World of Thedas Volume II
The novels, however, poked a lot of blood in the series. There are six novels in the series starting with The Stolen Throne. Five other novels are:
- Dragon Age: The Stolen Throne – David Gaider on March 3, 2009.
- David Gaider – Dragon Age: The Calling on October 13, 2009.
- Dragon Age: Asunder – David Gaider on December 20, 2011.
- Patrick Weekes – Dragon Age: The Masked Empire on April 8, 2014.
- Last Flight – Liane Merciel on September 16, 2014.
- Hard in Hightown – Mary Kirby on July 31, 2018
- Tevinter Nights is yet to be released in 2020.
Comics are a part of this generation. Hence, it wouldn’t be a new thing to see the game. Much is owed to its appearance in terms of the age it happens. Hence, the comics were also interested in the publication of this story. Origins are the first of the comics. Penny Arcade is the author of the comics. The novelist David Gaider authored Revelation. They are both a huge hit in the market.
Web Series: Dragon Age
A web series is also on cards. Well, guess the actor and actress. Yes, you are absolutely right. Felicia Day is the one who is going to star in the web series. The web series is also one of the most awaited web series of 2020. Peter Winther is also going to direct the web series. The game is also definitely a series to look out for in the future.