EA released a Battlefield 2042 game trailer at E3, but otherwise skipped the big show, preferring to celebrate its revelations until EA Play Live later this month. We now know that there will be no two games between these revelations: Dragon Age 4 and the new Mass Effect.
In a tweet today, BioWare said it will “show nothing on EA Play Live” this year. The RPG studio points to today's Star Wars: The Old Republic live broadcast for the latest news he can share and otherwise says it’s “hard to work with” in the upcoming Dragon Age and Mass Effect games.
We are working hard to create the next @dragonage and @masseffect games and we have some exciting things 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 12:00 PT for information on what’s to come.July 1, 2021
We know the next Dragon Age (which we have been calling Dragon Age 4 for simplicity) for a while, but probably still two or more years left. All we’ve seen so far is the teasing and conceptual art that puts the favorite Magas fan in a lead role.
The new Mass Effect, which was announced more recently, is in a similar place. We know that it is closely related to the original trilogy – the popular blue alien Liara appears in the teaser – and that the veterans of the series are working on it again. However, it is in early development and feels like something we could play by the time The Elder Scrolls 6 comes out.
Perhaps it should come as no surprise that BioWare has its head down, as it has two games in development, both presumably very large RPGs. After the successful Mass Effect: Andromeda, it was unable to usher in a new era for the sci-fi role-playing universe, and Anthem failed to introduce BioWare to the live service FPS scene. it looks like the study could be in a "back to basics" course. . Its most recent release is a remaster of the original Mass Effect trilogy, and its next two games will star characters already beloved in the first jokes.
EA Play Live will be played live on July 22, with a pre-show at 10 a.m. Pacific. We’ll find out what mystery DICE LA’s Battlefield 2042 mode has worked on, and we’ll probably see a great gameplay demonstration for the new 128-player shooter. EA also has its sports games and studios like Respawn and Motive to talk about.