The development team behind the game has shared a tweet where it invites its people and supporters at this community party, intending to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the franchise and perhaps give a sneak peek at the fourth iteration.
"Today marks 10 years of Dragon Age!" the tweet read.
Dragon Age Day was created by fans as an answer to Dragon Age's version of N7 day, which sees fans of BioWare's other series Mass Effect come together to celebrate the much-loved adventure in space. Fans were quick to notice the "Dragon 4ge Day" bit, and reacted with huge excitement, wondering whether a reveal of Dragon Age 4 was imminent. Whatever BioWare has in store for Dragon Age Day, Dragon Age 4 remains a long way off. This year, BioWare is officially acknowledging the event and has plans to "join the community's party". Its sequel, Dragon Age 2, hit shelves in 2011, followed by Dragon Age: Inquisition in 2014. While the last one is available for Windows, PlayStation 3/4, and Xbox 360/One, the first two Dragon Age titles mentioned above can be enjoyed on OS X, Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. "You should assume that there's Dragon Age out there, we've talked about it publicly that it's in the works - it probably comes after fiscal [year] 2022", stated the company's chief financial officer, Blake Jorgensen. The community raises money for charity, specifically Child's Play, and actually raised $7,000 in 2018.