New 'Dragon Age 4' Update: New 'Dragon Age' In Development; Everything Players Should Know
LOS ANGELES - The highly-anticipated "Dragon Age 4" was a no-show at the recent E3 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. However, the new "Dragon Age" is currently in the works. Here are the development updates and game details.
"Dragon Age 4" Development Update
It was Fallen London and Sunless Sea creator Alexis Kennedy, who is also a freelance video game writer, who teased that the "Dragon Age 4" is in development. He revealed in early September that he signed as the first-ever guest writer on a mysterious BioWare project. In this project, he would be working with "Dragon Age" mastermind Mike Laidlaw and lead "Dragon Age" scribe Patrick Weekes, Eurogamer reports.
Not long after he signed the contract, "Dragon Age" franchise Executive Producer Mark Darrah said: "Welcome to Dragon Age." Hence, "Dragon Age 4" is indeed in the works and at its early stages of development, Isports Times reports.
"Dragon Age 4" In Early Stages
Writer Alexis Kennedy was tasked to write lore in areas that are not usually covered in existing games. This makes it probably a never ending process for a story-based "Dragon Age 4." Hence, the new "Dragon Age" is still a long way out. Moreover, if it's a year or more out, fans really don't want to hear about it yet.
"Dragon Age 4" No Show At E3 2017
In the recent E3 2017, Bioware decided to let the new "Dragon Age" out of the event. This is because it is too early to reveal "Dragon Age 4." The game was featured in the event, "Dragon Age" fans would likely see only behind the scenes look and some concept art. Meanwhile, developers will likely talk about how exciting and new "Dragon Age" is going to be. Fans don't need that as EA has pulled that card in the past and it is universally fluff. Hence, "Dragon Age" fans need to wait for another year. It's a "please be excited" for the next year when they actually have something of substance to show, MMORPG reports.
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