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BioWare blog teases progress of Dragon Age 4

BioWare has been on a rocky road, so rocky that the mention of Dragon Age 4 is enough to make fans feel two things whenever it’s mentioned: worried and excited.

Thankfully, the BioWare blog has been a source of objectivity throughout all of this. With the latest update being one that addressed all of BioWare IPs, it also mentioned something rather interesting: a brief mention of a growing team in Edmonton.

Here is exactly what the blog post had to say:

“We have several other big projects in the works.  I wish I could tell you more about them, but they’re mostly super-secret right now.  I can say however that one of our projects has a large and growing team in Edmonton working through pre-production, and based on the progress I’m seeing, I can confirm that indeed the Dread Wolf rises. “

The last time we had heard about the Dread Wolf aka Solas aka that one elven guy who looks disturbingly like Nicholas Cage, was during the 2018 Game Awards. It was there that Bioware released a teaser trailer.

Since this tease, there has been little mention specifically about Dragon Age 4 apart from Kotaku’s article about ‘The Past and Present of Dragon Age 4’. It was there that Kotaku looked deeper into what was happening at BioWare.

One quote from the article seemed to sum the delay for Dragon Age 4 perfectly: “Anthem was on fire, and BioWare needed everyone to grab a hose.”

Since then, leads and other team members have left BioWare, fuelling pieces that have wondered where BioWare will go from here and if Dragon Age 4 is salvageable, or whether the game is doomed to yet more crunch from its team.

The answer to that remains unknown, but with this blog post, it seems that progress is underway.


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  • After Andromeda and Anthem I’m not sure this is a good news…

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