BioWare GM and Dragon Age Producers both leave the studio

BioWare General Manager Casey Hudson and Dragon Age Executive Producer Mark Darrah have both announced that they will resign as well-known developers of RPG games. The company is currently looking for a replacement for Hudson, but Dollar will be taken over by Christian Daily, who joined BioWare from Blizzard a few years ago. Development of future Mass Effect and Dragon Age games continues.

“Christian Daily is a powerful leader and provides great insight into the rest of the remaining Dragon Age leadership,” writes Dollar. “This is a team that includes people with decades of experience at BioWare. Together, I’m convinced that this is the team that can make this Dragon Age the best ever. . “

Matthew Goldman remains the creative director of the fourth, yet untitled game of the Dragon Age series. “”[Goldman] Dragon Age: I’ve been using Dragon Age since the early days of Origins, “Darrah wrote. “Like me, he’s been involved in franchises because the franchise has changed over the years. He has a deep understanding of what it was and what it could be. I am. “

Dollar also tweeted about Dragon Age at the time, and it was wild.

Both Dollar and Hudson have been with BioWare for 20 years. Recently, with a mild reaction to Mass Effect Andromeda and a cold welcome to Anthem, the studio struggled to regain the attention of its fans after the game returned to development for a major restart. The announcement of the long-awaited Mass Effect remastered collection and the major new entries in the Mass Effect and Dragon Age series are a bit off to renew fan excitement.

“It’s not easy to decide,” Hudson says of his departure. “And such a big change always comes with some sadness. It’s the biggest and most exciting project I can imagine, and I miss working with exciting developers every day. I know it’s a good time for change, both for myself and for BioWare. “

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