Bioware

With BioWare, you have to wonder where its old team members from the developer’s Mass Effect heyday have gone. As it so happens, a few of them are now heading a new studio from Magic: The Gathering and Dungeons & Dragons publisher Wizards of the Coast. Dubbed Archetype Entertainment, Wizards of the Coast have already gathered ample talent to make
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It seems that rumors of Anthem’s death have been greatly exaggerated. In a new report from Kotaku, it is said that BioWare and EA are internally planning an overhaul or soft-reboot of sorts for the third-person loot shooter, Anthem. After releasing earlier this year in February to a litany of issues, BioWare reaffirmed that it would continue working
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It has been almost a year since Dragon Age 4 was formally announced at The Game Awards 2018. Over that span of time, BioWare hasn’t revealed anything worthwhile about the highly-anticipated game in the franchise, but it seems like that could be changing next month. Yesterday marked the 10th anniversary of Dragon Age: Origins, the first game
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Improbable is developing their first game, and it’s an RPG. The game will be an online RPG, but it won’t be an MMO. The team developing behind the scenes will consist of former BioWare, Capcom and Ubisoft employees. Earlier this year Improbable opened up two studios, and currently, the company as a whole has 350 employees.
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Despite a rather rough debut, BioWare and EA’s Anthem still did enough to end up as February 2019’s best-selling game. In the new NPD sales chart tracking video game sales in the United States, Anthem debuted as the top-seller of the month. Anthem has now become the second highest-selling game of 2019 currently only trailing that of Kingdom Hearts
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It has been a rough past month for the team at BioWare since launching the studio’s latest title Anthem. Amidst an underwhelming response from critics and a variety of bugs and other issues that have continued to plague the title, Anthem has struggled to find its footing. Despite everything though, BioWare’s General Manager Casey Hudson says that the studio
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