Neww 'Dragon Age 4' Latest Update: 'Dragon Age 4' In Development; Why Bioware Should Leave The Game Out Of E3 & Some Announcements
A new "Dragon Age" game is in the works, according to BioWare writer Alexis Kennedy. Hence, there is a reason that why Bioware should leave the game out of E3 & some announcements.
'Dragon Age 4' In Development
According to IsportsTimes, 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.
Why Bioware Should Leave The Game Out Of E3
Speaking to Polygon, writer Alexis Kennedy shared that he was tasked with writing lore outside of the areas covered in existing games. Even though that's probably a never ending process for such a story-based RPG, it's a good sign that "Dragon Age 4" is probably a long way out.
Even as a huge "Dragon Age" fans, if it's a year or more out, fans really don't want to hear about it yet, according to MMO. There has been a trend in the gaming industry of new titles getting announced earlier and earlier, sometimes showing up at multiple E3s.
Several major gaming podcasts have shared their E3 predictions for this month. The "Dragon Age 4" is likely so early in development that what fans will see is another "behind the scenes" look at Bioware with some concept art and developers talking about how exciting and new DA4 is going to be. Fans don't need that as EA has pulled that card in the past and it is universally fluff; it's a "please be excited" for the next year when they actually have something of substance to show.
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