Dragon Age: Absolution is set to be released soon on Netflix, and here we are with the latest updates on the series.
Anime viewership in the last few years was insane. It is no longer a surprising thing to say that the animated series is proving to be a tough competition for the cinematic world of real action. And this is what Netflix has been doing so far to cash in some dollars.
Netflix has invested in many animated projects and is prepared to release its new one, Dragon Age: Absolution which is based on its video game.
What is Dragon Age: Absolution About?
Dragon Age is a video game that has a comic dedicated to it. In his universe, we can see Tevinter Imperium, an historical human empire that was only mentioned by name and never shown in visual format.
Bioware, which is making Dragon Age: Absolution an animated series together with Netflix it’s all set to show the Tevinter Imperium in its full form.
Along with this, Netflix has also confirmed that there will be many characters from the Dragon Age universe. These include “Elves”, “Qunari”, “Red Templars”, “Demons” etc. Other surprises are also expected. All this tells us that for a Dragon Age fan, this series will be a must-see.
The first Dragon Age: Absolution teaser was released on June 10, 2022 and the first trailer was released on November 10, 2022, both from Netflix’s official YouTube channel.
In the trailer, we can see a group of mages, fighters, and thieves, all ready to steal an artifact known as the Curriculum Infinitus. It is an historical item full of blood magic, which can make a human, the most powerful in the Tevinter Empire.
And like any other story, there are obstacles to achieving it. The team can be seen trying hard and putting their lives in danger to attain this. There is action, action, and plenty of action.
The voice artists who are responsible for raising the stakes of Dragon Age: Absolution is as follows
Kimberly Brooks as Miriam (recurring in 6 episodes)
Matthew Mercer as Fairbanks (recurring in 6 episodes)
Ashly Burch as Qwydion (recurring in 6 episodes)
Phil LaMarr as Roland (recurring in 6 episodes)
Josh Keaton as Rezaren (recurring in 6 episodes)
Keston John as Lecklon (recurring in 6 episodes)
Sumalee Montanao as Hira (recurring in 6 episodes)
Zehra Fazal as Tassia (recurring in 6 episodes)
December 4th is celebrated as “Dragon Age Day” by Dragon Age fans all over the world. And Netflix has set the release date for December 9th which is actually near the world day of Dragon Age fans.
Although, in the description of the trailer, Netflix wrote, “See you on Dragon Age day, or maybe before.” Are there any surprises coming from Netflix? Let’s see.
The series will have a total of 6 episodes and all will be released on the same date. Get ready to see this animated treat with the eye.