Dragon Age: Absolution will be released on Netflix starting Friday, December 9, the streaming service confirms. The animated series consists of six episodes and is made in collaboration with developer BioWare.
Netflix confirms Dragon Age: Forgiveness release date In a new two-minute trailer. The series is set in Tevinter, which is also the setting for the upcoming Dragon Age game Dreadwolf. In the animated series “A group of witches, fighters and thieves are fighting an evil force that possesses a dangerous artifact.” The series follows the main character, Miriam. Netflix wrote that Absolution addresses “adult themes such as freedom, power, and corruption.”
The series was created in “close collaboration” with BioWare, its authors, and creative directors. The animated series was produced by the South Korean studio Red Dog Culture House, which previously made the animated film The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf. Maigread Scott is Show from the series. She has previously written Justice League Dark: Apokolips War and several episodes of the Transformers animated series.
Netflix announced the arrival of Dragon Age: Absolution Earlier this year already. BioWare is also currently working on a fourth game in the series, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. The studio recently announced To finish developing its alpha version. It is not known when the game will be released.
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