Those of you who cross your fingers so that a Dragon Age Origin PS5 Remaster can happen in the future should not lose hope yet, since the writer of the original game, David Glider, also wants Breweries Fantasy role role-playing game to receive a review
Glider resorted to Twitter to talk about remastering, which he believes would make sense given the number of games that have received a similar treatment lately.
If we are in a kick remastering Aughts games, what about Dragon Age Origins?
His graphics were behind the curve even at the time of launch… Can you imagine it with the new bells and whistles of the PS5 era?
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While it is an encouraging to hear that Glider is ready for a remastering of Dragon Age Origins, it depends completely on Bioware whether it happens or not.
Unfortunately, it has not been spoken at all about the remastering of Origins, but Mass Effect received the treatment, why not Dragon Age?
Well, Glider has his own opinion on that particular issue, as he also commented:
I suspect that Ea would only do it if I thought it would be sold as hot bread gold-plated .
They… have never really achieved, or understood why it was better sold that Mass Effect, was my impression.
Dragon Age Origins originally launched in 2009 for PS3, PC and Xbox One, and relaunched as Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition the following year with all LCS.
Obviously, Bioware is busy working in the next chapter of the franchise, Dragon Age Dreadwolfque is in production for PS5, PC and Xbox Series X/s.