Core ANTHEM Developers Are Moving On To Make New Things - Including DRAGON AGE 4
Anthem's development team is undergoing some major changes as we speak, with Executive Producer Mark Darrah, Lead Producer Michael Gamble, and Lead Director Jonathan Warner abandoning the divisive title...
It seems that even the core development team doesn't know what to do with Anthem and its constantly delayed post-launch content, as Executive Producer Mark Darrah, Lead Producer Michael Gamble, and Lead Director Jonathan Warner have left the controversial looter shooter altogether.
While Warner will probably return to the game after dealing with a personal sabbatical, Darrah and Gamble are officially shifting the focus from Anthem to Dragon Age 4. Reportedly, the upcoming Dragon Age project, which was announced during last year' The Game Awards, will also feature some heavy online mechanics as BioWare's another attempt at making a Destiny-like video game.
Following the recent changes, Lead Producer Ben Irving and Head of Live Service Chad Robertson are now responsible for Anthem's post-launch cycle – as EA is planning to support it for at least 10 years.
We aren't working on Dragon Age 3— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) May 1, 2019
We aren't working on Dragon Age 5
I guess that's that.
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