Executive producer, Mark Durrah, reignited the conversation today with a tweet that reminded everyone that the developer is beavering away on both Anthem and the Dragon Age series, saying that "there are people hard at work on both franchises". However, the title is now set to release in early 2019.
BioWare has now focused most of it's man power on completing it's latest title Anthem.
The failure of "Mass Effect: Andromeda", led to a major restructuring at the Montreal studio of Bioware, with the developers of "Andromeda" reassigned to support the studio's Edmonton office instead of being trusted with a sequel for the game. The public outcry over "Star Wars Battlefront 2" and EA in general means that the company is now banking on the new BioWare game to take it towards a new direction.
BioWare looks to be focusing all their resources towards "Anthem", the open world game the company announced to be launching in 2018. It features science fiction elements such as mechanized combat suits that players will use to battle various monsters.
Reports suggest that the release date of Bioware's upcoming shared-world sci-fi shooter, Anthem, has been pushed back from the end of the year to early 2019.
While Anthem's likely delay and Dragon Age 4's "live" makeover were the big scoops to come out of Schreier's sources, his report also includes several gritty details about the day-to-day environment at BioWare and how numerous developers feel about the company's direction.