A kind Dragon Age 4 alpha file has been found PlayStation Store Thanks to the data miners for their efforts to sort out the Sony database.
Twitter user PlayStation game size – An account usually used to catalog game updates and file sizes – managed to find this mysterious file on the PlayStation Store. Its existence indicates that something has happened in the EA Play Live event, which will start in July (thanks GamesRadar).
The tweet embedded below indicates that the store may be updated something July-Whether it’s some kind of vertical slicing demo, trailer or something completely harmless remains to be seen.
It can even suggest adding a certain art, icon, or store list to the PlayStation Store after the event. So don’t get too excited. However, at least it can be confirmed that “Dragon Age 4” may appear at the exhibition.
🚨 It looks like EA will release the Alpha version of Dragon Age IV in July (before the EA Play event)🤔
— PlayStation game size (@PlaystationSize) June 22, 2021
EA has stated that it expects “Dragon Age 4” to be launched in 2022 or later, so it makes sense for publishers to hope to start showing more expected games soon.
Dragon Age 4 has been in development for several years, and after being initially teased at the Game Awards in 2018, the game was correctly displayed during the 2020 Gamescom opening night live broadcast. Since then, we have hardly heard of it and there are very few Dragon Age 4 conceptual art teasers.
The EA Play show will start on July 22 at 10 am Pacific Standard Time / 1 pm US Eastern Time / 6 pm British Summer Time. You can also expect to receive new screenings from the revival of EA IP, Skate 4, etc. at the event.
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