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Dragon Age 4 won't be out until 2023 according to some sources

Dragon Age 4 probably won't see the light for a couple of years. This is what was reported by the well-known Jeff Grubb, now specialized in the disclosure of advances and indiscretions on the videogame world. According to the...
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The date of the next EA Play Live has been announced, but BioWare will not be present

In the last few hours, Electronic Arts has finally announced the date for its next EA Play Live. The event will start on July 22, 2021 and will feature the main upcoming games ...
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TGA 2020 - Shown a teaser of the new Dragon Age

An announcement, two years ago, at The Game Awards and then a suspicious silence, seasoned with disturbing news of escapes of BioWare employees involved in the project. That's all the fans ...
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Dragon Age 4 will appear at the Game Awards

EA has confirmed that the long-awaited fourth installment of the Dragon Age saga will make its appearance during the Game Awards on December 11th. The news leaked so far about it have been ...
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gamescom 2020 - BioWare shows behind the scenes of the new Dragon Age

The opening show of gamescom 2020 hosted a short video in which BioWare updated fans on the development of the new chapter of the Dragon Age saga. The protagonists of the video are the developers, ...
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Dragon Age 4 - “Development proceeds, but working at home makes everything more ...

During the last EA Play, Bioware showed - together with DICE - a small taste of the game engine that will run Dragon Age 4, showing some suggestive shots. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J207tMmSGAo Not really a teaser or ...
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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 being 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 ...
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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 via the Twitter account ...

Bioware is working on Dragon Age 4

BioWare's Dragon Age series, which has been dormant since 2014, is about to return with a new game. Although, apparently, it seems that there will be a bit of a wait. Dragon Age 4 ...

Activision Blizzard case - J. Allen Brack leaves the company

Let's go back to talking about the Activision Blizzard case, which in the last two weeks has shaken the foundations of the same company and the videogame industry. This time,...

Splitgate makes extraordinary numbers: servers are not enough

The incredible success of the Splitgate Open Beta also forced 1047 Games to postpone the release until August to prepare more adequately ...

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