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The Biggest Gaming News For December 4, 2022

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf remains in development, The Game Awards won’t be as long this year, and Fortnite gets dirt bikes.

Sundays are for sleeping in, so I can’t blame you for having gotten behind on everything that’s been going on in the world of gaming, but what I can do is get you back up to speed. Today, we heard that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf remains in development, The Game Awards won’t be quite so long this year, and Fortnite just got dirt bikes. These are just our top stories of the day, so be sure to read on for the rest.

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The Witcher Season 2 Is One Of Netflix's Most-Viewed Shows Ever

The Witcher Showrunner Feels Liam Hemsworth Will Bring “New Energy” To The Show

The showrunner on The Witcher Lauren Hissrich recently came out in support of the new actor playing Geralt of Rivia, Liam Hemsworth. “I’m so excited for viewers,” the actor said about the new casting. “I think that it’s just a new chapter for us. And I think new chapters bring new energy and that people will find things to love. So yeah, personally, I’m really excited.” The actor who plays Jaskier, Joey Batey, was full of praise for Hemsworth as well, noting how “the strength in him and the bravery to come and join a show like this halfway through is unbelievable and I hope that everyone knows the commitment that he’s already showing.”

Bikes in Fortnite.

Fortnite Chapter 4 Adds Dirt Bikes, Hurdling, And A Randomized Perk System

Fans of the popular battle royale game Fortnite can look forward to dirt bikes, hurdling, and a randomized perk system in the upcoming Chapter 4. The developer behind the game, Epic, recently released a new trailer for the next big patch, revealing exactly what all of these details. I don’t know about you, but as a person who has probably poured too much time into Fortnite over the years, I’m strangely excited for this one.

The Game Awards trophy.

The Game Awards 2022 Will Be “Significantly Shorter” Than Usual

According to presenter and producer Geoff Keighley, The Game Awards are going to be “significantly shorter” this time around with fewer big games being revealed. “One thing we’re doing this year is we’re trying to make the show a little bit shorter,” Keighley said. “I won’t say anything officially until we’re through our rehearsals, but we think it’s going to be a significantly shorter show this year.” Keighley went on to explain how “there are lots of games and lots of things that want to be a part of it, but we’re cutting back on those things to hopefully have a bit more of a streamlined show.”

Concept art of a city in Dragon Age: Dreadwolf

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Is Still “Deep In Development”

The highly anticipated Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is apparently still “deep in development,” but fans of the franchise probably shouldn’t expect to see much anytime soon. According to BioWare, “we have a lot to celebrate this year. With Dragon Age: Dreadwolf deep in development and Dragon Age: Absolution just around the corner, we’ll be celebrating the whole franchise alongside you.” This of course comes on Dragon Age Day which as we all know is December 4.


Streamer Ludwig Launches Super Smash Bros. Tournament Following Smash World Tour Cancellation

The streamer and content creator Ludwig seems to have picked up the slack after the Smash World Tour was canceled earlier this week, launching his own tournament with a $50,000 prize pool. The always popular Smash World Tour was called off in the wake of Nintendo pulling support, claiming that it’s “important that a partner adheres to brand and intellectual property guidelines and conducts itself according to professional and organizational best practices,” but offering no specific details about the whole matter.

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