Fans of the role-playing game produced by BioWare will have to wait sometime before they are able to get their hands on the upcoming Dragon Age title, Dreadwolf. Those who are hungry for more Dragon Age will be relieved to hear that a new animated series on Netflix is shaping up to be just the thing to satisfy their cravings. Since we have already witnessed the performance in action, “looks” is unquestionably the most appropriate word to use in that context.

The official trailer for Dragon Age: Absolution has been made available on Netflix, and it does a nice job of giving us a sense of what to anticipate from the program. Our main character is Miriam, an elf mercenary who, although sharing her name with a supporting cast member from Dragon Age: Origins, should not be mistaken for that other Miriam.

Kimberly Brooks, who provides the voice for Miriam, also provided the voice for Lanaya and a few other characters in that game. You’ve probably heard her voice before in other games, such as Ashley in Mass Effect, Barbara Gordon in Batman: Arkham, and Hollis Forsythe in Psychonauts 2. Matt Mercer, Ashley Burch, and Phil Lamar are just a few of the other well-known voice actors who are included in the cast of Absolution.

“Dragon Age: Absolution addresses serious issues including freedom, power, and corruption,” the description of the trailer states. In order to overcome “the anguish lurking over her history,” Miriam, herself, must do battle. The first episode of the program will be available on Netflix on December 9, and it will be one of six episodes that are each half an hour long.

Absolution is the result of a partnership between BioWare and Red Dog Culture House, the latter of which was responsible for the production of The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf on Netflix.

In other news pertaining to canines, it is hoped that this series would satisfy the appetites of certain fans until the release of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Even though the next role-playing game (RPG) from BioWare has achieved the alpha milestone, it will be quite some time before we either see it or get our hands on it.

It was claimed in February of this year that the game was on track to be released in 2023, but we will have to wait and see whether it turns out to be accurate. As things stand, neither a specific release date for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf nor a more general launch window has been provided by BioWare.

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