Dragon Age 4 Still in Early Development

Dragon Age 4 Got a Thin Reveal During Gamescom Opening Night Live

During the opening moments of Gamescom Opening Night Live, BioWare gave fans a glimmer of what to expect from Dragon Age 4. Casey Hudson and several other BioWare development team members discussed what Dragon Age means to them and what kind of environments, characters, and enemies can be expected from the next installment in the Dragon Age series. They came prepared with some snippets of environmental footage, but it wasn’t nearly cinematic level. Dragon Age: Inquisition is available right now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC for fans of the series to catch up on.

“Bioware imagines and creates worlds where you become the hero of your own story,” said chief studio officer at EA Laura Miele. “And we’re using this next generation of technology to make those fantasy worlds your reality.”

“The world of Dragon Age really has got it all,” said creative director of Dragon Age 4, Matthew Goldman. “It’s got frontier stories, it’s got mystery, it’s got hardboiled detective stories, and of course it’s all wrapped up in kind of a fantasy setting. This is an original world, original flora, original wildlife, original architecture that makes it fun to explore and discover.


“In the next Dragon Age, you get an opportunity to see new things, new places, and interact with people who lived and grew up in these spaces as well,” said Mark Darrah, one of the original creative minds at BioWare.


“The things that you can expect in the next installment are going to be stories that focus on the people around you, and the friends and family that you make,” said narrative director of Dragon Age 4, John Epler. “I just love the possibilities that Dragon Age offers us and I’m excited to explore a lot more of them.”

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