• Dragon Age 4

    Dragon Age 4’s Creative Director Leaves BioWare

    Per Kotaku, Mike Goldman, the creative director working on Dragon Age 4, has left the company after more than 20 years with BioWare. The departure was confirmed via an internal email sent out by the studio’s general manager Gary McKay. Hi everyone, I hope you are well. I’m writing to...
  • Mass Effect

    If You Like Punishment, The Older Mako Controls Return in Mass Effect Legendary Edition

    We’re one week away from Mass Effect Legendary Edition launching, the remaster has seen several improvements and quality of life changes added in addition to graphical upgrades. I hated, hated driving the Mako around on planets and it was easily one of the worst things about the original Mass...
  • Mass Effect

    Make Your Own Mass Effect Legendary Edition Cover

    We’re so close, so close to the launch of Mass Effect Legendary Edition and while I like the cover of the remaster, it never really featured the characters I grew close to, not entirely at least. That’s why this custom art creator from EA and BioWare is neat as...
  • Mass Effect

    BioWare Has Added and Changed Things to Mass Effect Legendary Edition

    In a new blog post, the team working on Mass Effect Legendary Edition has detailed changes they’ve made to next month’s anticipated release. There’s surprisingly a ton of things that the studio has added and changed and from the looks of it, is addressing concerns and quality of life...
  • Anthem

    Anthem Director Jonathan Warner Leaves BioWare

    After working at the Vancouver-based BioWare studio, Anthem Director Jonathan Warner is moving on, he announced on Twitter. Warner also served as Chief of Staff during his tenure with the studio. Warner announced his departure on Friday and mentioned he was “moving on to do new things,” but gave no inclination...
  • Dragon Age 4

    Dragon Age 4 Will Exclusively Stick to Single Player

    BioWare is removing all multiplayer aspects of the next entry in the Dragon Age franchise, Bloomberg’s Jason Schreier revealed. The development of Dragon Age 4 was being designed as a live service game in mind, people close to the project told Schreier. In the last couple of years with...