David Gaider dropping Dragon Age for secret BioWare project

After 10 years on RPG series, writer decides “it’s time for something new”
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BioWare’s David Gaider, one of the lead writers on the Dragon Age series, is moving onto a mysterious new project within the studio.

Gaider has been involved in the RPG franchise since the original Dragon Age: Origins but his responsibilities will now pass to colleague Patrick Weekes, according to Polygon, while he works on an unnamed title.

The writer revealed his changing role on Twitter:

BioWare is known to be working on a new Mass Effect title, as well as a brand new IP.