E3 2021 is over and we have yet to hear PlayStation make some noise and see what Electronic Arts has in store for the future. BioWare, known for its Mass Effect and Dragon Age franchises, will skip EA PLAY Live later this month.
BioWare shared on Twitter that they are 100% developing the next Dragon Age and Mass Effect games, skipping EA PLAY Live this year.
“We are hard at work creating the next @dragonage and @masseffect games and exciting things are coming to @SWTOR this year. While we won’t be showing anything on EA Play Live, be sure to check out our SWTOR Livestream today at noon PT for information on what’s coming!” according to Tweet from BioWare.
While we were hoping to get some updates from BioWare’s latest projects, EA will showcase DICE’s Battlefield 2042, which may give us an official release date, all-new Apex Legends content, new details from Zoink’s upcoming game Lost In Random, and the rumored revival of a beloved EA franchise. There are already rumors floating around the web that it’s a “reimagining” of Dead Space, with EA Motive taking care of the development.
Here’s hoping for an update of a Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order sequel or new games coming far, far away from the galaxy.
EA PLAY Live 2021 is scheduled for July 22.
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