Dragon Age 4 has long been silent, especially with all the recent debacles that EA has gone through. The game was first announced in 2018 and while we recently saw a cinematic trailer at the 2020 Game Awards, Bioware and EA have yet to share any update to the game. However, that is set to change at EA Play on July 22nd.
Dragon Age 4 is no longer a myth
Dragon Age 4 is a highly anticipated title, and while the title followed Nintendo’s route of announce and forget (see Bayonetta 3 and Metroid Prime 4) EA had the courtesy of releasing a trailer now and then.
While 2020 was a rough year for Bioware with the entire mess that was Anthem and its closure, it seems that the upcoming EA Play (or maybe before it), we could hear some news on Dragon Age 4.
According to the PlayStation Game Size Twitter account, a new build of Dragon Age 4 was uploaded to the PSN Database, this could mean a build of the game is being played by testers or developers.
While many developers are resuming regular working from office, the same state of affairs may not be prevailing at EA which is why they’re distributing the game via PSN.
While that part of the database is exclusive to select people, the database information is public space for anyone who can have access to it.
While we have yet to see a sliver of gameplay from the title or an update, we can understand that Bioware is undoubtedly busy and they want to make sure that Dragon Age 4 is a success.
We haven’t had an entry to the Dragon Age series in over 7 years, since the release of Inquisition in 2014, the series has been relatively hush.
While EA wasn’t big on remasters for the past or current console generations until Burnout Paradise and Mass Effect Trilogy Remaster, fans were eagerly waiting for them to release a remaster of Dragon Age trilogy as well, which never came to pass.
What are your thoughts on the latest appearance of Dragon Age 4? Could this be the time we finally see some gameplay of the game? Perhaps a release date to follow?