The Game Awards 2018, developer BioWare annoyed the next record in the Dragon Age franchise with an officially untitled game, usually called Dragon Age 4. an appropriate title is because of how little work was put in the last record, which may sound surprising since the last record was 2014 Game of the Year. But it was supposed that BioWare could be in the hands of a successful launch of Anthem which is also not foreseen.
Now, thanks to Kotaku's explosive report, we know Anthem is only in production for 18 months, and the demonstration of the E3 2017 is mostly fake. Because of this, many can worry about Dragon Age and it seems that the hero of Anthem may have already taken its own. Indeed, to keep the flames in production there were immense internal changes
One of them was the replacement of BioWare CEO Aarin Flynn with returning Casey Hudson. BioWare then revoked Joplin, the then code name for the next Dragon Age, as many developers said they were excited about the vision of Mike Laidlaw's creative director for Solas' return. Shortly after Joplin was canceled, Laidlaw left BioWare after working there for 14 years.
BioWare, now working under Casey Hudson, resumed the development of Dragon Age 4 with a small team under the code name Morrison. This is going to be Dragon Age who was annoyed at the Game Awards 2018. The main reason for the shrinking team is that the studio can move its developers to Anthem to release it. on time. Whether this will negatively affect the release of Dragon Age 4 or not, remains to be seen, but executive producer Mark Dara claims to have teamed up to develop a title dream. For his trust, the explosive report of Cataku draws Dara as a man with a plan that has managed to pull out abuses hymn together at the end of their production. Dara also works on Joplin before being canceled, so although many may worry about the fate of Dragon Age 4 we hope in the right hands.
Dragon Age is currently being developed for unspecified platforms.