'Dragon Age: Inquisition' Producer Cameron Lee Departs; What Now For Bioware's New IP & The Upcoming 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' In 2017? [VIDEO]


Fans often times are startled by news regarding departures of creators, lead designers, and the like from notable game developers. It's because such events could greatly affect the studio's current projects involving games that fans are deeply devoted to.

Such is the case for Bioware as it was reported that "Dragon Age: Inquisition" producer, Cameron Lee, recently left, Attack of the Fanboy reported. There is a great deal of concern for this as to how it could, if ever, affect Bioware's new IP and the upcoming release of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" in March 2017.

It was mentioned that after working as a producer for "Dragon Age: Inquisition," Cameron Lee went on to work on Bioware's new IP in 2015, Attack of the Fanboy learned. Despite his departure, Lee did state in his blog post that his exit from Bioware will not affect the latter's new IP and that it continues its development as of date.

Lee stated further that Bioware's new IP is at good hands with a group of talented people who exceed the expectations of the company.

It was also reported that one of the reasons why Cameron Lee left Bioware, despite the years he has worked on the studio's "Dragon Age: Inquisition," was that him and his wife are expecting a child, CGMagazine reported. As such, they intend to move to a big city where it could be more conducive to raise their child.

Moreover, Lee's departure wasn't the first. It was also mentioned by CGMagazine that some team members working on "Mass Effect: Andromeda" have left ealier this year. Taking into account the recent departures in Bioware, this could be a great concern for fans who are highly anticipating the release of "Mass Effect: Andromeda" in March 2017.

As for Cameron Lee and his plans for the future, he stated therein that even thoug he couldn't divulge on what he is working on next, he is still looking forward to working on big triple-A games soon.

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