From where we talk about Dragon Age 4, the Arlesian from Bioware: the fourth episode of the RPG franchise is still awaited A thick veil of mystery continues to surround the project, both on the side of its developer and its publisher Electronic Arts. A radio silence that would ultimately not be so worrying if we are to believe the latest rumors from the corridors which speak of a quiet development without pitfalls… What is changing, there is no denying it.
This information (to be taken with a grain of salt, as usual) comes to us once again from Jeff Grubb, the always very well-informed industry insider, during hisGrubbSnax for the Giant Bomb site.
A release in the next 18 months for Dragon Age 4?
If BioWare remains discreet about the development of Dragon Age 4, there would however be no reason to worry according to the journalist specializing in leaks of all kinds. The project would thus still be in production within the studio specializing in high-ambition RPGs. Although the genesis of the title may have been particularly complicated over the past few years, the latest version of the game is said to be in sync with its schedule and very well on its way to release next year. Specifically, Grubb is banking on some kind within the next 18 months—no later than the end of 2023, therefore.
It’s not the next time that Grubb mentions Dragon Age 4—last October, the journalist claims that the title, initially planned for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles, would finally ignore the latter to finally fail on the new generation PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. This is the LinkedIn account of a studio employee who leaked this little information which, as always, has not yet been formalized by Bioware.
The troubled development of Dragon Age 4 has been documented extensively in numerous leaks since its official announcement in 2015. would once again be dedicated to a totally solo adventure, like its predecessorr Dragon Age: Inquisition.