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Lead Producer on New Dragon Age Game Resigns

It’s been nearly a year since we learned a new Dragon Age game is coming, and while we haven’t heard anything new – one of the lead developers on the game has already left the studio.

Dragon Age 4 lead producer Fernando Melo has confirmed his departure from BioWare, the studio behind the franchise. Melo left the studio within a week of Anthem lead producer resigning.

Melo was a senior producer Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2 before taking the mantle of director of online development in 2011. He then left that role in 2015 to work for the online bits of Mass Effect: Andromeda, and was lastly made lead producer on the next Dragon Age game.

Melo said his departure came from wanting “time to disconnect and explore a couple ideas for next chapter in my career”.

We only have the original teaser trailer to go off for anything official on the new Dragon Age game, codenamed “Morrison.”

Brandon Orselli

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