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Dragon Age and Mass Effect aren’t going anywhere, Bioware confirms

Bioware has assured players that it is still working on new instalments in the Dragon Age and Mass Effect franchises.

The studio is currently developing Anthem, which is due to be released for PS4, Xbox One and PC on February 22, 2019.

Writing in a blog post, General Manager Casey Hudson said: ‘we hear loud and clear the interest in BioWare doing more Dragon Age and Mass Effect, so rest assured that we have some teams hidden away working on some secret stuff that I think you’ll really like – we’re just not ready to talk about any of it for a little while.’

It’s no surprise that news on anything Dragon Age or Mass Effect related is potentially a couple of years away, especially considering the scale Anthem appears to encompass.

We haven’t heard anything regarding a new entry in the Mass Effect universe since the underwhelming reception to Andromeda, although its widely known that Dragon Age 4 is in the works.

For now, we’ve Anthem to look forward to in the coming months. Trusted Reviews had a chance to go hands-on at E3 2018, and here’s what we thought:

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‘Anthem is one of the most exciting new projects in years. BioWare is creating something unlike anything to come from its studio before, and the fact the team is pushing the gameplay aspect – rather than narrative – to the forefront early on in promotion is a smart move.’

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