‘Dragon Age 4’ Latest Update: BioWare Is Developing New ‘Dragon Age’ In Early Stages; What To Expect From The Next ‘Dragon Age’
Bioware is now working on the next "Dragon Age." It is said to contain distinct lore, which has not been addressed to much up to date. Writer Alexis Kennedy teased the "Dragon Age 4" development and revealed some details.
Next "Dragon Age" Development
Isports Times previously reported that BioWare seems to be already preparing for the next "Dragon Age." This is strongly supported by Voice actress Alix Wilton Regan when she posted a snapshot on Instagram featuring a recording studio accompanied by the hashtag "Elf." This hinted that the "Dragon Age 4" is in development for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
After around a week, "Dragon Age" series Creative Director Mike Laidlaw confirmed on Twitter that the next "Dragon Age" is currently not a thing. Moreover, BioWare has a new IP without confirmation for "Dragon Age 4." There were no updates on the new "Dragon Age" development reported thereafter.
Writer Teases "Dragon Age 4" Is Now On The Works
According to Eurogamer, Fallen London and Sunless Sea creator Alexis Kennedy, who is also a freelance video game writer, announced in early September that he is signing as the first-ever guest writer on a mysterious BioWare project. This would lead him working with "Dragon Age" mastermind Mike Laidlaw and lead "Dragon Age" scribe Patrick Weekes. Kennedy also pointed out that "Dragon Age" franchise Executive producer Mark Darrah said: "Welcome to Dragon Age."
"Dragon Age 4" was supposed to be a secret. However, due to who Kennedy was working with, few people who know what they are working, and the latest tweet by Mark Darrah, it can no longer be hidden that the next "Dragon Age" is in its early stages of development. With this, "I guess that's official now then," Kennedy said.
What To Expect From The New "Dragon Age"
The direction at which BioWare is taking the next "Dragon Age" remains unknown at this point. However, Alexis Kennedy revealed that the upcoming "Dragon Age 4" will be both familiar and distinct for its fans. He added that he was given considerable autonomy in making the storyline of the new "Dragon Age."
"It's more analogous to Patrick Weekes writing [Mass Effect character] Mordin than me being told to go off and write a whole different country... It's nothing that grandiose, but it is distinct. It's a bit of lore which has not been addressed much to date in Dragon Age," said Kennedy. Hence, the upcoming "Dragon Age 4" will contain distinct lore, which has not been addressed or explored much up to date, Wccftech reports.
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