Dragon Age 4 may be a ways off from any sort of launch, so fans of the series may want to prepare for a long wait.
BioWare’s Dragon Age 4 is expected to release before the next Mass Effect title, especially considering the game was announced a couple of years ago. The previous game in the series, Dragon Age Inquisition, is almost seven years old. However, a new report is saying it could be two more years before the public gets their hands on the RPG.
According to Jeff Grubb at VentureBeat his sources believe the game is “on track” to come out in 2023. Of course, this doesn’t factor in any possible setbacks in the development timeline, but this is the expected time we can play it. EA has not confirmed any of this information.
Likely part of the reason for such a long development time is the directional change on the project. Earlier this year, EA reportedly made the decision to remove all multiplayer from the game and might have discarded live-service elements. This came after the massive of Anthem and the success of other single-player EA games, like Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.
This also seems to lineup with the development and release idea the company is using on the new Dead Space remake, which will not include microtransactions.