Dragon Age 4 Reportedly Has "No Chance" of Launching This Year

Dragon Age 4 Reportedly Has "No Chance" of Launching This Year

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Matt Lorrigan

It seems that Dragon Age 4 won't be launching anytime in 2022, according to multiple reports.

Industry insider Tom Henderson, who has an excellent track record when it comes to EA projects, said that “a source with knowledge of EA's plans has said there's ‘no chance’ that Dragon Age 4 will release in 2022.”

On top of that, GamesBeat has also reported that Dragon Age 4 won't be launching this year, saying that we probably won't even be seeing the game until January 2023, with a release expected in Summer 2023 at the absolutely earliest.

“But this isn’t the result of some internal delay or anything - EA has long known that BioWare wasn’t getting it ready for 2022,” GamesBeat journalist Jeff Grubb clarified.

Dragon Age 4 was first revealed way back in 2018, and recent reports suggest that the game will be a single-player offering, as well as a current-gen exclusive title, coming to Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5.

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  • Fine with me. Give it another 2 years and still be happy. Just hope it is not another Andromeda
  • Take the time. We all remember what happened when they rushed DA2
  • Fine with me too, Inquisition isn't even started yet.
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