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Dragon Age 4, the revealing of the new BioWare title could take place in the coming weeks

Dragon Age 4 is one of the most anticipated titles from the BioWare community, and although Anthem and Mass Effect Andromeda were not brilliant products, the fourth installment of the Dragon Age brand could ...
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Dragon Age 4 is still far from announced

The fourth chapter of the Dragon Age series, highly anticipated by fans of the fantasy RPG genre and expected for most of the consoles currently on the market, still seems far from reaching the hands of ...
Dragon Age 4 Fernando Melo Lead Producer Bioware

Fernando Melo, lead producer of Dragon Age 4, leaves Bioware

Another high-level developer leaves Bioware. After Ben Irving, lead producer of Anthem, it is now the turn of Fernando Melo, lead producer of Dragon Age 4. The announcement was made through the Twitter account ...

Anthem producer Ben Irving leaves BioWare

Through its official Twitter account, Ben Irving BioWare Lead Producer, announced the abandonment of the company, explaining that this decision stems from having accepted another job offer from another development team. Of...
Anthem

The CEO of EA admits that Anthem has problems

Andrew Wilson, the CEO of Electronic Arts, admitted in a long and candid interview with GameDaily that Anthem's debut did not go as well as hoped. But Wilson pointed out that EA remains ...
Anthem

Anthem - removed the Elysian chest

Anthem is not experiencing a very fortunate period. Now, the new 1.1.1 patch scheduled for this week, in addition to fixing some bugs, goes to remove the Elysian chest. The crates entered by Bioware as a prize ...
Anthem

Bioware wants to remain "focused on Anthem at 100%"

Bioware has had numerous and big problems with Anthem but the software house has been very clear. The commitment to the game has by no means diminished.
Anthem

Anthem, big delays for additional content

Anthem developer BioWare has announced some changes to the program to release the game's extra content.

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Tencent announced its intention to expand its business area outside China, revealing its interest in producing titles for the market ...

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