It has been known since this summer that the animated series Dragon Age: Absolution is in production and will soon premiere on the Netflix streaming service. However, there has not been a specific start date yet. Netflix has now revealed this little secret and at the same time released a new trailer that is definitely worth seeing.
When does Dragon Age: Absolution start on Netflix?
As the streaming service announced, Dragon Age: Absolution is set to launch on December 9, 2022. As a result, fans no longer have to wait a month before they can watch the animated series. The first season includes a total of six episodes and should be available in one fell swoop. Netflix is therefore once again waiving a weekly publication rhythm.
New trailer with a lot of fantasy flair
Furthermore, Netflix has released a new trailer that definitely makes you want more. It not only introduces you to the main story of Dragon Age: Absolution, but also introduces you to some of the most important characters. These include Qwdiyon (voiced by Ashly Burch), Fairbanks (Matthew Mercer) and Rezaren (Josh Keaton). In addition, the new trailer makes it clear once again that not only a lot of fantasy flair awaits you, but also some fights that are sometimes bloody.
Dragon Age Absolution: Trailer Reveals Netflix Series Launch Date
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What you need to know about Dragon Age: Absolution
The series is being produced by the team at Red Dog Culture House, which also brought The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf to screens. The focus of the story is Tevinter and thus the only realm in the Drago Age world where slavery is still completely legal. That alone has a lot of potential for conflict. By the way, Mairghread Scott, who has already worked on Transformers Prime and the Guardians of the Galaxy series, is the showrunner of Dragon Age: Absolution.