An Iconic Franchise will Return on the PS5

One of the most iconic franchises in the gaming world will return after years of absence, and the title will be available on the PS4.

Dragon Age was one of the jewels in Bioware’s crown, a beloved franchise that offered the players a chance to explore an immersive and original fantasy world filled with excellent storytelling, engaging quests, and lovable companions.

The third mainline entry in the franchise, Dragon Age: Inquisition, was released in 2014 to positive reviews from players and reviewers alike. It was quite popular among players, and several DLCs were released, adding extra content.

However, Bioware decided to focus on other ventures which weren’t as successful in recent years. One of them was Mass Effect: Andromeda, a pre-sequel which takes place between Mass Effect 2 and Mass Effect 3. The title went through a rough development cycle, and it failed to impress players, attracting the ire of the Mass Effect community due to a large number of bugs.

Electronic Arts announced last year that a new Dragon Age title is in development, sparking hope in the hearts of many Bioware fans. According to the latest news offered by a high-ranking EA employee, the title will not be released before 2022.

This is a clear hint that the game will be available on the PS5, Xbox Scarlett, and PC since EA likes to release flagship titles among all the major platforms. Sadly this means that those who own the current generation of consoles will not have a chance to play the game unless they decide to purchase one of the new models.

The information was released during a recent investors meeting when the game was mentioned, and EA CFO Blake Jorgensen stated that the game would arrive after the 2022 fiscal year. Other details remain elusive at this point, but many hope that the game will be great.

EA has also announced that it will strive to deliver more live-service titles.

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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