Dragon Age 4 loses its creative director

When a game has been in development for years, the teams in place evolve and change as the project progresses. This is something completely normal, but it is a little less so when the game loses its creative director. This is the case for Dragon Age.

From a common agreement

The information comes from Kotaku, who reports that Creative Director Matt Goldman has stepped down from his position at Bioware. This is an email sent by Gary McKay who broke the news to Bioware employees.

Hello everyone,

I hope you’re doing well. I am writing to let you know that Matt Goldman is leaving BioWare. We mutually agreed to leave each other, and her last day is today.

We understand that Matt’s departure has an impact on you, as well as the development of the game. Please be assured that our commitment to a high quality Dragon Age game is not given up and we will not release a game that is not. not compliant with BioWare standards.

We, including the EA management team, have absolute faith in the direction of the studio and in the people who work on this game to advance our vision.

Although it has iconic licenses, Bioware has failed to shine with its two previous games, Anthem (2019) and Mass Effect: Andromeda (2017). Matt Goldman joined the studio in 1998 to work on Baldur’s Gate and Jade Empire as well as on the first Dragon Age games.

More recently we learned that Dragon Age 4 will only be released on Xbox Series X | S, PC and PS5 and the latest news we have about the game is an artwork released in March depicting a mage.

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