On July 22, a new edition of EA Play Live will take place , a digital event where Electronic Arts will show more details of Battlefield 2042 and reveal new projects. Unfortunately, fans who want to know more about Dragon Age 4 will have to wait, as the new RPG installment will not be in the presentation . To assuage fan concerns, a BioWare worker confirmed that its development is going well.
Specifically, Christian Dailey, studio head of BioWare Austin, appeared on Twitter to apologize for Dragon Age 4’sabsence from the upcoming EA Play Live. In addition, he assured that the study has great momentum and that great progress is being made in development.
Hi Friends – sorry for no EA Play news this year but please know that the team is heads down with a lot of momentum and making great progress. We are excited to share more when the time is right. Please stay safe and have a great weekend! @SerGoldman @dragonage pic.twitter.com/eveXFbJtgY
— Christian Dailey (@ChristianDailey) July 2, 2021
We must remember that we knew of the existence of Dragon Age 4 in that distant 2018. However, and thanks to the success of Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order and the failure of Anthem , EA and BioWare rethink many elements of the new Dragon Age installment , so everything indicates that there are still several months or years before it reaches the stores.
BIOWARE SHARED NEW CONCEPT ART FOR DRAGON AGE 4
Christian Dailey didn’t want fans to be empty-handed this month, so he took advantage of his Twitter message to share some cool new concept art for Dragon Age 4 .
This is not the first time that BioWare has shared an illustration of this new project, as earlier this year it excited fans with an image of a striking character in golden armor , while in March it revealed the concept art of a magician from of the Tevinter Empire.
Without a doubt, these great concept illustrations are well received by fans because they usually provide little clues about the lore and history of this new installment of the popular and successful fantasy saga.
But tell us, what do you expect from this title? Let us read you in the comments.