History repeats itself, as BioWare confirms that it's going back to being focused exclusively on single player development.
Insider Tom Henderson is cryptically teasing an announcement for BioWare's RPG but says not to expect "anything 'huge' per se."
Dragon Age 4 executive producer Christian Dailey has left BioWare, while Corinne Busche has been named the project's new director.
Insider Tom Henderson spoke to a "source with knowledge of EA's plans" who affirmed that BioWare's RPG is still a ways off from release.
BioSare general manager Gary McKay says the studio remains "laser-focused on building back the trust of our fans and community."
Another high profile Dragon Age lead leaves BioWare, though the developer insists it is committed to "a high-quality Dragon Age game."
Though we're still yet to see gameplay footage from BioWare's upcoming action RPG, there is at least new artwork to look at.
Locations like Antiva City and Nevarra are also hinted at.
Although it looks more like Anthem than Dragon Age.
All project currently in development will continue onward in their absence.
The developer is apparently aiming to continue a legacy.
These RPG tropes have stood the test of time.
From the industry's best storytellers to a studio that just cannot stop tripping over itself- what the hell happened?
BioWare GM states that Anthem is a "specific thing" unique from other IPs.
In addition, the reactivity and depth of Fort Tarsis could be seen in future BioWare hubs.
Mike Laidlaw leaves the studio after 14 years to take some time off and play games.
Dev team is "hiring a lot of people".
The red colour pallete, the tower and the flame. Could this be it?
No need to count pennies with deals like these.
Bioware's Elder Scrolls.