BioWare and EA celebrated Dragon Age Day on December 4th with the fans and their community with a new blog post. This looks back at the series’ history, highlighting the founders of Dragon Age Day, and introducing a number of ways fans can join the festivities.
BioWare showcasing our amazing original creations on social, dropping new Dragon Age™ merch on Dark Horse Direct, Gaming Heads, and the BioWare Gear Store, as well as giving away plenty of gift cards. The Dragon Age fan group that started the day also hosted events including charity sales of fan art, an all-day Twitch livestream, video spotlights, writing, art & meme prompts and challenges, and videos spotlighting personal insights from the Dragon Age fan community (this year’s question: “Who is your favorite Dragon Age Companion/Character, and Why?).
History of Dragon Age Day
Dragon Age Day launched unofficially by fans, for fans, in the Fall of 2018 by Teresa “ImaSithDuh” M, with a small team of founders also including Angela Mitchell, Savvy B., and Alistair SM James, as well as former participants Ghil Dirthalen and Andrastini. The developers of Dragon Age are really appreciate the team behind Dragon Age Day for bringing us all together while supporting inclusivity and accessibility with a contribution to Able Gamers charity.
Tag your posts on Twitter using #BioWareGiveaway for a chance to win. Apex Legends™ has also gotten in on the fun with a Dragon Age themed Highland Ravager Weapon Charm available to EA Play members to claim anytime between December 2, 2021 and January 4, 2022.
The team would also like to let fans know that they continue to work hard to develop the next single player experience in the Dragon Age franchise. In the meantime, the BioWare team is excited to release two new short stories from the world of Dragon Age.