BioWare has been dropping hints about the fourth Dragon Age game’s title, but don’t expect a release date this year. According to multiple trustworthy insiders, the new Dragon Age will not be released in 2022, but will instead be released late in 2023. In a tweet, freelance writer Tom Henderson writes, “A source with knowledge of EA’s plans has said there’s ‘no chance’ that Dragon Age 4 will release in 2022.” (Henderson is infamous for leaking Battlefield games, and he recently leaked Quantic Dream’s Star Wars game months before it was officially announced.)
According to various insiders, there is “no chance” that Dragon Age 4 will be
Alongside his reporting on Dragon Age 4, Henderson says that EA expects Criterion’s new Need for Speed to launch this autumn, that the Jedi: Fallen Order sequel is likely to be revealed on May 4 ahead of a Q4 2022 release, and that EA is looking at various options, including free-to-play, in response to poor performance from Battlefield 2042. The Dragon Age 4 release date will land someday, I’m sure. There are plenty of RPG games to check out in the meantime.
Henderson’s report has been backed up by journalist Jeff Grubb, who reiterates his earlier reporting on Dragon Age’s 2023 release plans, saying that the game is at least a full year away. A summer 2023 release “is the earliest possible timeframe for the launch of Dragon Age 4, and even that is a vague hope more than a real target.” Grubb says there’s been no delay to the game, and “EA has long known that BioWare wasn’t getting it ready for 2022”.
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