Today, during EA’s quarterly conference call for investors and analysts, the publisher’s executives spoke about the next Mass Effect game.
Today, during Electronic Arts’ quarterly conference call for investors and analysts, CEO Andrew Wilson spoke about BioWare.
Wilson expressed great confidence in the studio’s roadmap and management despite general manager Casey Hudson and Dragon Age producer Mark Darrah,
“At BioWare, there is an incredible studio filled with incredible people who do incredible work. I think there have been some blips in the delivery from the outside world in the last couple of years, but that is the result of them pushing deep into innovation and creativity, and we feel “very, very confident” about their future roadmap. We talked about games like Dragon Age and Mass Effect in the future.
As for Casey and Mark who again leave both my good friends, we have tremendous respect for both of them, but this happens in the natural course of creative organizations from time to time, and we feel very very very good about the ongoing management of the studio and the main characters who come to work every day to deliver more innovation and creativity.
We have more to share about what comes from BioWare in the near future. “
Wilson also mentioned that Mass Effect: Legendary Edition has been “extraordinarily well received” by BioWare fans, and EA is “encouraged, but what the studio continues to deliver.
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