No Mass Effect or Dragon Age 4 at EA Play, BioWare Confirms

Published 07/03/2021, 11:47 AM EDT


BioWare has just confirmed that neither Dragon Age 4 nor the new Mass Effect will appear at the EA play live on July 22, 2021. In fact, it has no plans to show any of the games this year. This is quite heartbreaking as this confirmation comes after a lot of speculations from the fans. There were tons of predictions as to be what new will be showcased at the event. BioWare shared this heartbreaking news on Twitter. They said that fans have a wait a little longer for another look at the game and they are working hard on both games.

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A lot of fans are quite disappointed with this news as everyone has hoped to see something from either game. The next Dragon Age game was reported back in February and after that, there is no big news or deal of the much-awaited RPG sequel since a teaser trailer at the Games Awards. The only thing we know is that it will mostly focus on a single player. Around the same time, fans also got a brief trailer of the next Mass Effect game too. Although, with the release of the Mass Effect Legendary Edition, fans may have to wait a little more for that one. Perhaps that one is a little farther away.

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This tweet also provides some good news for Star Wars: The Old Republic fans. Some exciting new content is coming to Star Wars later this year. There was even a live stream on July 1 to inform everyone what BioWare has planned for the Star Wars game. It also hinted that the new Dragon Age 4 and Mass Effect entries are still in progress behind the scenes.

For more information on the EA Play live, you can check out the official website right here. EA Play live will kick off on July 22, 2021 at 6 PM UK time.

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