Dragon Age 4 will be "Built on choices that matter"

    Dragon Age 4 will be

    The trailer for Bioware's long-awaited sequel was released over a year ago.

    Dragon Age 4 will be

    Dragon Age 4 has been a constant topic of conversation since gamers completed Dragon Age: Inquisition in 2022. A cinematic trailer for the fourth installment was unveiled at The Game Awards 2022, but hardly any details have been announced since. , leaving fans wondering about the state of the RPG. Dragon Age 4 was announced as a single-player title last month, and in a new blog post from Bioware CEO Gary McKay, the game's development was given credit, if nothing else.

    “Of course, we continue to work hard on the next iterations of Dragon Age and Mass Effect,” says McKay. “As for Dragon Age, we have a veteran group of talented developers working on the next iteration of the franchise. We focus on a single-player experience based on choices that matter. It's unclear if this means there won't be a multiplayer mode at all, or if the single-player aspect will simply be the main focus. After the demise of Anthem Next, EA might not want to venture into multiplayer content again anytime soon.

    The update also reiterates Bioware's mission to "create worlds of adventure, conflict, and camaraderie that inspire you to be the hero of your story." Last year, GamesBeat announced that the game could launch in 2023, but given the current state of the pandemic, that may have changed.

    Dragon Age 4 still doesn't have a release window. The previous title in the series, Dragon Age: Inquisition, was released in November 2022 on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. It won four Game of the Year awards at The Game Awards 2022, the SXSW Gaming Awards 2022, the 11th British Academy Video Games Awards and the 18th DICE Awards. Bioware is undoubtedly feeling the pressure to live up to Inquisition, but it looks like they have a lot of confidence, despite a few hiccups.


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