Dragon Age 4 will reportedly not release on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles.
The next installment to Bioware's high fantasy franchise, Dragon Age 4, will apparently only release on current generation consoles and PC. Considering that the game doesn't yet have a release window, it might not be much of a shock that fans can only expect Dragon Age 4 to come to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S consoles.
The report comes via GamesBeat, who have cited the LinkedIn profile of one of Dragon Age's lead player designers who lists "Dragon Age (PS5/Xbox Series X+S/PC)." GamesBeat stated that they have confirmed the information with a separate unnamed source.
Dragon Age 4 is Reportedly Not Coming to Last Gen Consoles
Many players are still actively playing most new releases on last gen consoles, owing to the short PS5 and Xbox Series X|S supplies. Despite this, supplies and purchases of current generation consoles are likely to increase, particularly by the time Dragon Age 4 comes around. With no release date in sight, and very little gameplay information available, we can likely assume that the next installment is still a ways off.
For the time being, EA still seems to be set on releasing cross-generational titles. FIFA 22 launched on both generations of console, while Battlefield 2042 is also set to receive the same treatment. This is largely reflective of the current market, however. Going forward, for releases set for the next few years, fans should anticipate last generation consoles slowly being left behind.