BioWare: Dragon Age Origins Remake/Remaster “Would Be An Involved Job”
Can Dragon Age Origins come back? According to some messages on the Twitter profiles of several members of BioWare, the company does not seem to be reluctant to propose a new edition of the game.
To a specific question about the possibility of seeing a remaster or a remake of Dragon Age Origins, Mark Darrah (executive producer of Dragon Age and Anthem) responds by using very few words “hopefully”, which is also followed by the comments of Michael Gamble (lead producer of Anthem) and Casey Hudson, general manager of the studio.
Nothing that can infer the development of a possible remaster of the game, but the three do not seem to have definitively removed this hypothesis. Dragon Age Origins was released in autumn 2009, could it be possible that a remaster can arrive on the occasion of the tenth anniversary?
In short, there is a remaster in development or not is certainly not deducible exclusively from these bigwigs. Dragon Age 4 rumor has been in the loop for some time, but at the moment BioWare is focused on Anthem, the company’s next big project, called to redeem the fortunes of the studio after the little reception given to Mass Effect Andromeda.
Obviously, this does not mean that a Dragon Age Origins remaster is actually in development, but it would seem that BioWare has not completely closed the door to chance.
What do you think about this news? Would to like to relive the world of Dragon Age Origins? Tell us in the comments below.
Hopefully. It would be an involved job, however https://t.co/FOOMsKFBzR
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) October 20, 2018
— Michael Gamble (@GambleMike) October 21, 2018
— Casey Hudson (@CaseyDHudson) October 21, 2018