The general manager of BioWare, Casey Hudson, has shared some information that can tease some gamers. Apparently, BioWare is currently working on some secret projects while also focusing on developing Anthem. This information was shared via a blog post used by Hudson to thank fans for supporting Anthem.
Other important notes are that there are plans for more Star Wars: The Old Republic content and that there are teams specially assigned for working on Dragon Age and Mass Effect, which is definitely a surprise for fans. Hudson said: “And yes–we hear loud and clear the interest in BioWare doing more Dragon Age and Mass Effect, so rest assured that we have some teams hidden away working on some secret stuff that I think you’ll really like–we’re just not ready to talk about any of it for a little while…”
For now, it seems that BioWare’s primary focus is on Anthem which will be launched sometime in 2019. However, it is nice to know that the company is still thinking about the games that made it great.
The first two Mass Effect games were able to cultivate a huge fan base, thanks to a carefully thought-of mixture of RPG and action elements. Then, some were alienated by first ending the Shepherd trilogy controversially and then by the lackluster release of Mass Effect: Andromeda, fitted for the next generation of consoles.
All BioWare fans have been wondering about one thing for quite some time and that is about the Dragon Age 4 release date. This has been on their mind ever since Dragon Age Inquisition’s DLC Trespasser has been released. The fans of this fantastic medieval game look all across the Internet for clues that show the new Dragon Age 4. We have seen comics and fanfiction but so far, no release date from the BioWare team. We continue to hope on some revivals soon.
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