Dragon Age 4 changes course and abandons its game-as-a-service approach to being a single-player title, according to Bloomberg

Dragon Age 4

It appears that Electronic Arts has taken essential steps about the future of several of its most important titles. Following the announcement of the cancellation of the Anthem review, BioWare is in the spotlight again.

As reported by Bloomberg, the publisher has allowed the developers of Dragon Age 4 to eliminate all the multiplayer components that were proposed for the work. According to its sources, the medium claims that the game would have transformed into a single-player game after the failure in the multiplayer section by EA with Anthem.

People consulted by Jason Schreier say that EA executives were influenced by two recent works when making this decision. The first of them is Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, since, after its launch in November 2019, it exceeded EA’s expectations, reaching more than 10 million copies sold in its first four months.

On the other hand, is the Anthem above. Following the criticism and adding to the success of the Respawn title, EA concluded that single-player games could still be lucrative and that BioWare, traditionally known for its single-player role-playing games, might be better off if it returned. To its roots. An EA spokesperson declined to comment on the information provided by Bloomberg.

The sources consulted by the medium continue to assure that several influential members of BioWare fought for the next Dragon Age to return to being a single-player game. In addition, the team that was in charge of making Anthem Next has been redirected to the development of Dragon Age, as stated by Bloomberg sources.