Dragon Age 4 Producer Shares Update On Development Progress
When BioWare’s Mark Darrah teased Dragon Age 4 with the joke caption “Tevinter of our discontent,” we didn’t expect to be in the midst of a global pandemic and countrywide strife less than a year later. Still, here we remain, and our lord and savior Mark Darrah has arrived in the nick of time to provide a status update on what is currently one of the most highly anticipated video games in development.
BioWare Executive Producer Mark Darrah recently took to Twitter to offer up a progress update on Dragon Age 4, admitting that, though most of the folks that would normally see his tweets are there for Dragon Age news, said bits of news have been few and far between. Here’s the tweet:
I realize that most of you are here for Dragon Age news and there hasn’t been a lot of that lately…
Let me just run down some things I an say:
1. We are working on the next Dragon Age
2. Yes we are working from home
3. Working from home is harder
4. We are making progress
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) July 22, 2020
The most important tidbit of news here is that despite everything that’s happened this year, development is still continuing on Dragon Age 4. Darrah continues on through his bullet points confirming that the team is working from home and that, as one would expect, working from home is harder.
In regards to a potential release window for Dragon Age 4, it appears too early to tell. Analyst Daniel Ahmad previously predicted that we wouldn’t be seeing Dragon Age until after April 2022, and that was before COVID-19 altered the landscape of the gaming industry as we know it. Still, the most important thing is that the folks at BioWare are safe and healthy. The game – and our long-planned revenge – can wait.
Dragon Age 4 is currently in development.
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