BioWare Revealing New Sci-fi Co-Op Shooter Codenamed Dylan At E3 2017: Report
Insider Liam Robertson has revealed lots of information about the future of BioWare now that Mass Effect Andromeda has finally released. As it is known, the Canadian studio has a new IP in the making - it's been in the making for three years now - which is a sci-fi co-op shooter with something in common with Destiny and The Division.
According to Robertson's report, the game is currently codenamed Dylan (by the famous singer and songwriter Bob Dylan) and is going to be officially revealed at E3 2017. The release would come shortly after, in 2018, supposedly for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
"Dylan is, from what I understand, a sci-fi themed game, it is sort of Destiny-style, takes some elements from The Division, it has like MMO elements. Someone described it as a 'semi-MMO'. I don't know much more than that… it is a huge scale project, perhaps the biggest BioWare has ever done. It's bigger than Mass Effect Andromeda, considerably so. It will have co-op," he said on his Patreon page.
Also, we're told BioWare Austin has a new Star Wars game in the making inspired to the likes of Knights of the Old Republic. It was born as a true remake/revival but ended up being a title of his own.