Get your first look at Dragon Age: VeelGuard’s real-time action combat in the first gameplay trailer

Developer Bioware has released the first official gameplay trailer for its upcoming RPG, Dragon Age: The Veilguard. Featuring more than 20 minutes of gameplay, it’s a first look at the game’s action combat, the magical city of Minrathaus, the player-character Rook, some of the companions who join Rook’s journey, how dialogue options work, and more.

In the gameplay trailer, which opens on Minrathaus, we see the return of fan favorites Varric Tethras and Lace Harding, along with newcomers Neve Gallus, private detective Mage and Rook. Solas, the mage-turned-enemy at the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition’s Trespasser DLC, is trying to destroy the barrier between the wizarding Fade and the continent of Thedas. Our team, seemingly not yet the eponymous Wildguard, tries to stop him.

Check it out for yourself in the official gameplay trailer for Dragon Age: The Veilguard below:

At just over 20 minutes, the game is a tease of what’s to come in the final game when it hits PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC this fall. However, Dragon Age: Veilguard is Game Informers Next cover story, and in the latest issue, you can get an exclusive in-depth look at what’s next in the game, along with new details on the expansive character creator, the game’s main hub location, action combat, and more.

Be sure Subscribe here To ensure our Dragon Age: Wheelguard issue reaches your mailbox. And pay attention Game Informers Dragon Age: VeilGuard coverage hub for upcoming articles on the game with exclusive details, interviews, video features and more.

For more on the game, check out this latest Dragon Age: The Wheelguard trailer that introduces the game’s cast, and then read about how the name changed from Dreadwolf to The Wheelguard.

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