Next Dragon Age Left without Senior Creative Lead

Portal Kotaku With reference to internal correspondence, BioWare announced the departure from the studio of the senior creative director of the Dragon Age series, Matthew Goldman (Matthew Goldman).

Image source: BioWare

Image source: BioWare

As BioWare general manager Gary McKay said in an address to employees, Goldman left the company, having previously discussed his decision with management and came to an understanding with him.

“We understand that Matt’s departure will affect you and the development of the project. Rest assured, our commitment to high quality Dragon Age hasn’t gone away, and we won’t release a game that doesn’t meet BioWare standards. “– wrote McKay.

Goldman (left) at PAX West 2016

Goldman (left) at PAX West 2016

Electronic Arts, at Kotaku’s request, confirmed Goldman’s departure: “He left the next Dragon Age in the safe hands of a team here at the studio who will continue to advance our vision for the game.”

Goldman joined BioWare in 1998, and has held the position of senior creative director for the new Dragon Age since 2017, when the project was rumored to be restarted.

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