Dragon Age 4’s senior creative director has left BioWare

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Dragon Age 4 senior creative director Matt Goldman has left BioWare after 23 years.

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BioWare boss Gary McKay announced Goldman’s departure in an email to employees that read: “Hello everyone, I hope you’re well. I’m writing to inform you all that Matt Goldman is leaving BioWare. We have agreed to part ways, and today is his last day.”

“We understand that Matt’s departure has an impact on you,” Mackey wrote, “as well as the development of the game. Rest assured that our commitment to high quality Dragon Age games has not been lost, and we will continue to make such games.” Will not ship that is not up to BioWare’s standards.


“We, including EA’s executive team, have full confidence in the leadership at the studio and the people who work on this game to advance our vision.”

No reason was given for Goldman’s departure, but an EA representative did. Kotaku That he “leaves the next Dragon Age game in excellent hands, with the team here at the studio that will further our vision for the game.”

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Goldman joined BioWare in 1998, working as a cast in games such as Baldur’s Gate and Neverwinter Nights, as well as the Dragon Age series. He then took over from Mike Laidlaw as creative lead on Dragon Age 4 in 2017, where he remained during its turbulent development. Goldman’s replacement has not yet been announced.

Aside from the weird teaser trailer or concept art, there’s still a lot we don’t know about Dragon Age 4. Executive producer Christian Daly said the team was making “great progress“Back in July, so hopefully the momentum won’t be too slow with the loss of Goldman.

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