BioWare is working on "secret things about the age of the dragon," and he will talk more about it in the months to come, Chief Executive Officer Casey Hudson said in an article published on his blog Thursday.
"Dragon Age" is an extremely important franchise in our studio, and we are excited to continue its legacy, "he said.
The executive producer of "Dragon Age," Mark Darrah, also hinted in January that developers were working "hard" on a project involving the famous role-playing franchise.
Hudson has also potentially dropped an index on the future content of "Mass Effect." "We announced one of the things we did recently (a 4k upgrade from Mass Effect: Andromeda on Xbox One), but as we mentioned in our N7 day video, it was a small part to do for "Mass Effect" to come, "he said.
The rest of the article focused on the upcoming "anthem" of BioWare's online RPG. Now that the game has exceeded its alpha cap, Hudson said his team was performing the latest tasks and changes, with a "ton" of testing and bug fixes. They also do what Hudson has said is one of his favorite parts of game development – the Play From Home version.
"It's a tradition at BioWare," he said. "Late in a project, when the game is good enough and finished to make it a complete experience, we allow our developers to play it at home. This is an extremely important step because it allows us to get out of the mind of being in the office and being at home to live the game as a player rather than a developer. "
"Anthem" will be launched on February 22 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Hudson said the team was working on complete seasons of post-launch content. "It's scary and exciting to work on something of this size and complexity, but we're doing everything in our power to make this an incredible experience for you," he said.