Dragon Age: Absolution gets a new trailer and a December release date from Netflix

Netflix has published a new teaser and stated the official release date for its animated Dragon Age series.

Netflix has released a new trailer for Dragon Age: Absolution, as well as a December release date

Netflix has released a new trailer for Dragon Age: Absolution, as well as a December release date

Dragon Age: Absolution will be set to release on December 9th, based on the streaming service.

As is customary for Netflix, all six episodes of the series will be published on the same day, December 9, allowing the viewer to watch the whole story in one sitting.

Netflix simply said in a tweet promoting the new teaser, “Welcome to Miriam’s story.” The trailer can be viewed below:

“With great power at stake, a group of mages, fighters, and thieves goes head-to-head against a sinister force possessing a dangerous artifact,” according to a new description for the show.

This animated fantasy series is created by Mairghread Scott, writer of Justice League Dark: Apokolips War.

“Set in the world of BioWare’s award-winning video game franchise, and built in close collaboration with BioWare’s creative team – including head writers, and lead creative directors.

“Fear. Guilt. Pain. Can Miriam push aside her feelings to complete her mission – or will the trauma looming over her past finally catch up with her Nothing is absolute.”

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The trailer’s YouTube description concludes “If you’ve read this far, see you on Dragon Age Day.” Or perhaps sooner.”

Dragon Age Day, an annual community celebration of all things Dragon Age, is held every December 4th.

As a result, it appears that Netflix will reveal more details about the show during this year’s event.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is the official name for the fourth Dragon Age game.

Although no release date has been announced, Bioware general manager Gary McKay stated last month that the game has reached alpha status and is playable “from the first mission’s opening scenes to the very end.”