Yesterday, we reported that BioWare faces troubles
after the fiasco of last year's Mass Effect: Andromeda
. One of the thesis of Kotaku's sources said that the developer is not only focusing solely on the upcoming Anthem
, but also that the studio was persuaded by Electronic Arts to reboot the next installment of the Dragon Age
series and implement more "live
" elements into the game.
It seems that the reports were true, as it forced the producers at Bioware, Mark Darrah and Casey Hudson to respond. In a short series of tweets, Darrah confirmed that BioWare is working hard on both franchises, meaning the new IP, Anthem
and the spiritual successor of Baldur's Gate, Dragon Age
. Hudson used the opportunity to deny the implications that EA asked them to reboot the game to make it more profitable with additional loot boxes and redesigning it in the "game as a service
Apparently, the next Dragon Age
will stay "story and character focused
", but we will have to wait to see what's hiding behind the magic marketing words at least until the summer of 2019 when the works on Anthem
should come to an end. Let's hope BioWare will have a chance to tell many more stories...
Dragon Age is a series of fantasy medieval role-playing games by BioWare. BioWare considers it a spiritual successor to their Baldur's Gate RPG gaming series. It is furthered upon through the creation of comics, books and other forms of media. Truly this is the age of dragons.
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