New 'Dragon Age 4': 'Dragon Age: Inquisition' Sequel Could Be in The Works
The "Dragon Age: Inquisition" was the last title of the BioWare saga that hit the market in November 2014. It was also the most successful game launched by the company so far, in terms of sales.
"Dragon Age: Inquisition" Sequel Could Be in The Works
After a long wait, it seems that BioWare will get down to work and bring back "Dragon Age", as the series' creative director, Mike Laidlaw, has commented that "something is happening with Dragon Age," on The 1099 podcast, according to WCCF Tech. Although Laidlaw preferred to keep all the details, it is confirmed that BioWare is already hiring people to take charge of the next title in the series.
"As I've jokingly said, I am the creative director for the Dragon Age franchise and they haven't fired me yet," he said during the 1099 podcast.
This should not surprise fans of the franchise because last year BioWare hired freelance writer Alexis Kennedy. Although the company refused to give an official position on the hiring, the writer said in May that he was working on a new title of "Dragon Age".
Kalen reported that many assumed that fans would see an announcement during E3 2017. However, it was not the case. After all, E3 2017 was apparently all about Anthem.
During the podcast, Laidlaw also mentioned that BioWare is working on "other things" for which he avoided speaking for the moment. "There are other things in the process but unfortunately I can't talk about them until they are realized. I am pretty excited about a few of them. Things continue apace," he said.
"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, Isports Times 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.
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