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Dragon Age Origins Writer Wants To See A Remaster With ‘PS5-Era Bells & Whistles’

Those of you keeping your fingers crossed that a Dragon Age Origins PS5 Remaster may happen down the line shouldn’t give up hope just yet, as the original game’s writer, David Gaider, also wants BioWare‘s fantasy-RPG to receive a modern overhaul.

Gaider took to Twitter to sound off about the remaster, which he feels would make sense given the number of games that have been given a similar treatment as of late.

If we’re on a kick re-mastering games from the aughts, what about Dragon Age Origins? Its graphics were behind the curve even at the time of release… can you imagine it with brand new PS5-era bells and whistles?

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While it’s encouraging to hear Gaider’s up for a Dragon Age Origins remaster, it’s entirely down to BioWare if it happens or not. Sadly, there hasn’t been any chatter whatsoever about remastering Origins, but if Mass Effect got the treatment, why not Dragon Age?

Well, Gaider has his own opinion on that particular subject, as he further commented:

I suspect EA would only do it if they thought it would sell like *gold-plated* hotcakes. They’ve… never really gotten DA, or understood why it sold better than Mass Effect, was my impression.

Dragon Age Origins was originally released back in 2009 for PS3, PC and Xbox One, and was re-released as Dragon Age Origins Ultimate Edition the following year featuring all DLC.

BioWare is obviously busy working on the next chapter in the franchise, Dragon Age Dreadwolf, which is in production for PS5, PC and Xbox Series X/S.