Though BioWare is now one of the top RPG studios around, two of their earliest titles were action games. New evidence suggests they're looking to make a return to the genre.

The LinkedIn profile of Rob Bartel, a Dragon Age: Origins DLC designer, reveals that he worked on an "unannounced multiplatform action title" at BioWare Edmonton from 2006 to 2008. He served as "Lead Multiplayer Designer" on the project. Even if you tried to make the argument that Dragon Age or Mass Effect 2 has action elements and could be described as an action game, the fact remains that neither of those titles has a multiplayer component.

I know what you're thinking and no, it's probably not MDK3. BioWare did develop MDK2 but publisher Interplay apparently still has the rights. In April 2008, they announced their intentions to create an MDK sequel with their new in-house development team.

The other action game that BioWare developed in the nineties was called Shattered Steel. It was a mech combat game and had both competitive and cooperative multiplayer. A next-gen remake would be intriguing but are they interesting in doing that? It's been 14 years since they created the first one.
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