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EA boss ‘very confident’ in the future of BioWare despite recent bombs

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BioWare suffered what appeared to be a major blow in late 2020 when Mass Effect and Dragon Age bosses Casey Hudson and Mark Darrah very suddenly announced that they were leaving the studio, just as work on new games in both series seemed to be getting underway in earnest. It was the latest in a long run of bad breaks for a studio that in recent years has suffered a couple of very high-profile bombs—Anthem and Mass Effect: Andromeda—and previous executive departures including Dragon Age lead producer Fernando Melo, Mass Effect lead writer Drew Karpyshyn, and Anthem lead producer Ben Irving.

During EA’s third quarter FY2021 earnings call today, CEO Andrew Wilson acknowledged that the studio has suffered some “blips” in recent years, but said he’s “very confident” about BioWare’s future and the games it’s making.

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