It's EA, every game is rushed.
Hell, by most accounts they had something pretty well underway and basically had it scrapped years ago which timed with Mike Laidlaw leaving BioWare.
Well I love him as a character but it's pretty justified. I mean he does want to destroy the entire world to bring his civilization back, on top of being bigoted towards other races.
I just don't see him as a bad guy
No but we got a name at least.
bioware montreal made andromeda, not edmonton.My Inquisitor romanced Solas so Trespasser was especially tragic. Really looking forward to this, and I don't mind the wait nor the fact that they recently apparently scrapped everything they had. If it wasn't good enough, it wasn't good enough, and Trespasser set up a sequel so potentially awesome that they can take all the time in the world to get it right.
Everyone mentioning Mass Effect Andromeda should take a look at that game again - that's a game that should have been scrapped and started again. It wasn't and we all know what happened.
So yeah, take your time with this one, Bioware. Take your time and get it right.
Anthem was developed along dragon age inquisition by edmonton. The reason for why dragon age 4 is being made now is because they're finishing anthem. It's a game for next gen. They can't just make games of these scope at the same time like you said, it was obviously in pre production after the last one while anthem was being madeThat this game took so long to get in development is one of the weirdest gaming things of this gen to me. A follow-up of the GOTY 2014, a game with great sales and with Tresspasser giving a tease for the sequel.
I mean, I know to reasons, Anthem was in development hell for sure, and Andromeda’s development and reception was such a disaster that it disorganized BioWare badly, but how the hell did BioWare/EA let that shit happen in the first place
so one release between hundreds, right. You couldn't even make it on this gen compared to the quantity of releases that ea had. Your very best would be andromeda and it ends there with a release of more than 30 games on that period in comparison to 2 rushed.
Probably because they know Anthem won’t provide the traditional Bioware gameplay their core fans love them for, and they want to assure those fans they aren’t forgotten.