Reliable Jeff Grubb states that the game is in good shape and that Bioware are hitting their internal milestones.
The upcoming Dragon Age title from Bioware is still a way off but the development is going as intended states Jeff Grubb in the latest episode of Grubbsnax.
Apparently, Bioware are hitting all their internal milestones as planned and the game is in very good shape, which should encourage the fans of the Dragon Age trilogy.
The release date won't be anytime soon, though. Dragon Age 4 is apparently expected in late 2023 at the earliest, which is a long wait but given how a couple of recent Bioware titles were rushed and ultimately failed, no fan would want Dragon Age 4 to end up being a disappointment so Bioware can take all the time they need to make this a memorable title.
There are no official details from Bioware regarding the release date so we suggest you take the latest reports with a grain of salt, since that is just a rumour at this point and nothing more.
Dragon Age 4, which is currently titled simply "Dragon Age" is planned to release only on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S. There are no plans for the last-gen version according to reports.
The game will be a single-player experience focusing on player choices, according to Bioware.