We haven't really heard much about Dragon Age 4 in a while, with the game missing EA Play Live last July as the team didn't want to share more information until "the time [was] right", but behind the scenes it seems things are going well.
According to reliable journalist Jeff Grubb on his latest Giant Bomb "GrubbSnax" podcast, Dragon Age 4 remains on schedule at this point, and that means it could even potentially be with us in late 2023:
Over at TheGamer, their story also mentions that the potential late 2023 window "aligns with what we've heard from other reports concerning the project". That said, late 2023 is the earliest possible date, so it could easily slip into 2024.
We still don't really know that much about Dragon Age 4 just yet, but based on reports we've seen so far, it looks like it'll be a next-gen exclusive (aka, no Xbox One version) and a single-player only game, with plans for multiplayer features said to have been dropped.
Hopefully EA comes out with some more official information soon, maybe at EA Play Live in a few months' time.
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