Coronavirus has stopped in-person game expos this summer. Electronic Arts were not deterred though and were planning on bringing us a digital EA Play.
And it's nearly with us! The big question is though - could we see a new Dragon Age at the event?
Keep reading for all the details.
Dragon Age 4 is in development
It's been nearly six years since Dragon Age: Inquisition - the third game in the series - arrived on Xbox One and PS4.
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The epic RPG received good to strong reviews across the board. BioWare reportedly immediately started work on the next stage of the series, but issues with their other titles like Anthem and Mass Effect: Andromeda caused the team to get diverted.
The project reportedly started up again in 2017, but is still some way off.
Dragon Age 4 at EA Play
So, will we get a trailer, release date, or announcement about Dragon Age 4 at EA Play this year?
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Well, it sounds like it might be a year too early for Dragon Age 4.
During their recent earnings call, Blake Jorgensen, EA’s financial director said: “You should assume that there’s Dragon Age out there, we’ve talked about it publicly that it’s in the works – it probably comes after fiscal [year] 2022”.
That's a while away, so having a fully done trailer might be a bit of a reach. However, since EA are yet to officially announce the title we could see the confirmation that the game is coming eventually.
How to watch EA Play
EA Play is on 18 June and will start at 4pm PT / 7pm ET / 12am BST (on 19 June).
It will be shown live on EA.com with extra content and coverage across their social media channels.
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