Former Dragon Age narrative lead: writers were blamed for “holding the company back”

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Former Dragon Age narrative lead David Gaider has shed some gentle on why he left BioWare in 2016, providing some disagreeable revelations concerning the remedy of writers on the firm. 

In a collection of Tweets, Gaider provided some perception into the remedy of writers on the studio, which is at present engaged on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Gaider painted a bleak picture (opens in new tab), stating that: “Even BioWare, which constructed its success on a fame for good tales and characters, slowly turned from an organization that vocally valued its writers to at least one the place we have been… quietly resented, with a reliance on costly narrative seen because the “albatross” holding the corporate again.”