There is an air of change around the development of Dragon Age 4, the latest installment in the popular RPG series developed by BioWare and published by Electronic Arts. In fact, in a letter sent to his staff, the General Manager of the software house Gary McKay announced the abandonment of Matt Goldman, the now ex-Creative Director of the game.

Dragon AgeHere is the content of the letter received on Tuesday to the editorial office of Kotaku:

“Hi everyone, I hope you are all well. I am writing to inform you that Matt Goldman is leaving BioWare. This decision came by mutual agreement and today will be his last day. I can understand how Matt's departure can impact you and the development of the game. But rest assured we haven't given up on our commitment to create a high-quality Dragon Age, and we won't release a game that won't meet BioWare's standards. We, as well as the executives at EA, have absolute confidence in the leadership of the firm and the people who are working to advance our vision. "

In short, it seems that BioWare, despite the umpteenth abandonment of one of the leading figures of the studio and the not exactly exciting precedents of Anthem and Mass Effect Andromeda, is really intent on create the best game possible for all fans of the series. We remind you that Dragon Age 4 will not be released until fiscal year 2023, as anticipated by the CEO of EA himself Blake Jorgensen.