There wasn't much for BioWare fans in tonight's EA Play stream, save for the briefest of glimpses at some new Dragon Age locations running on next-gen consoles.
Featured in EA's quick showreel of next-gen projects, BioWare's snippet was quite clearly Dragon Age related.
One shot is of a gnarled tree in a snowy environment, its base surrounded by what look like offering jars.
Another shot appears to show red lyrium around a mysterious arch, with a ruined castle in the background.
The next Dragon Age project has had a long and winding road through development. It was formally announced at The Game Awards 2018 via a teaser which confirmed the return of Dragon Age Inquisition character Solas.
If it still feels a long way off, that's because it is. We're not expecting it until at least 2022.
Elsewhere in EA's next-gen showreel, Criterion has some lovely looking cars, DICE has lots of soldiers dying in battle and a very realistic human face, while Motive had a third-person game that looks to involve physics-based interaction.
Motive's title, which looks to be a new IP, will be a "highly ambitious and creative game that puts the power of creativity in your hands," according to EA exec Laura Miele, "and an experience that would have been impossible without next-gen technology."
You can watch the next-gen section of EA Play 2020 in the following video: