As BioWare Looks Ahead to Dragon Age 4, It Remains Committed to Anthem
Over the course of the past week, several tweets have come out from the BioWare team that have raised concerns for Anthem while simultaneously getting fans excited about Dragon Age 4. Earlier this week, Mike Gamble responded to queries that he, Jonathan Warner and Mark Darrah had moved from the Anthem team over to the Dragon Age 4 team while Ben Irving and Chad Robertson remain to lead Anthem.
We aren't working on Dragon Age 3 We aren't working on Dragon Age 5 ... I guess that's that.— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) May 1, 2019
It is industry standard for team members to shift after the main production and development of a game is complete but the move seemed to surprise members of the Anthem community who wondered what it meant for the future of Anthem. Gamble and Robertson responded to those concerns with a reiteration of BioWare's commitment to the game.
There's been a lot of (incorrect) speculation on this. The studio's support and commitment to anthem HAS. NOT. CHANGED. https://t.co/uxwY3ADPRO— Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) May 3, 2019
While BioWare remains on course with Anthem, the studio's focus has shifted to Dragon Age 4, a game that should be a 'return to form' for the company.