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EA Got Back The Only Guy Who Can Redeem Mass Effect, Dragon Age And Has Me Excited For Anthem

In 2014 Casey Hudson had left Bioware to pursue some personal projects saying that he wanted – “some time off, needed a bit of change, and wanted to get involved in the new wave of emerging, disruptive technologies.”. After having revolutionized the RPG genre with franchises like KOTOR, Mass Effect and Dragon Age, his departure was a loss of Bioware and it showed in Dragon Age: Inquisition and Mass Effect: Andromeda. Fans of Bioware were unsure of what the studio’s future looked like, and even with all the positive buzz around Anthem, I was skeptical. [interaction id=”5971bc815ef522b21624db04″] However, just yesterday news came of Casey Hudson returning as General Manager at Bioware, and Aaryn Flynn stepping down. He announced his return saying: “The last few years ...

Bioware’s New IP Takes Inspiration From Elements In Destiny, The Division

At E3 2014, it was revealed that Bioware Edmonton, the creators of the Mass Effect trilogy, was working on a new IP, but it was all very vague, and no specific information was provided. But according to Liam Robertson, this project will be officially revealed at E3 2017. Robertson talked about the project on a recent Patreon podcast, the same one where he also talks about a Knights of the Old Republic game being made by Bioware Austin. According to him, the new game is codenamed Dylan. It might be the game’s official title as well, and is related to the game’s protagonist. Here’s what Robertson had to say, as IBTimes reports, “Dylan is, from what I understand, a sci-fi themed game, it is sort of Destiny-style, takes some elements from The Division, it has like MMO e...

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