Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Developer BioWare Promises New Info "Soon"

 


BioWare has recently teased that it will be unveiling new information regarding Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, the highly anticipated next installment in the series. The game was initially announced back in 2018, and both BioWare and Electronic Arts have been keeping a tight lid on details surrounding the fourth mainline Dragon Age title. While a few story elements have been revealed, actual gameplay footage from Dreadwolf has yet to be showcased. However, a recent statement from BioWare's General Manager, Gary McKay, suggests that this may change very soon.


McKay announced that BioWare has now refocused its efforts on its two major franchises, Dragon Age and Mass Effect, following the transition of ongoing development responsibilities for Star Wars: The Old Republic to a new team. McKay elaborated on this renewed commitment to these key properties, hinting at an imminent release of new information about Dreadwolf in particular.







"Looking ahead, BioWare aims to establish itself as a pioneer in crafting immersive, emotionally engaging single-player games, with teams primarily based in Austin and Edmonton. This entails a revitalized focus on our two flagship franchises: Dragon Age and Mass Effect," McKay revealed. "Regarding Dragon Age, we are diligently constructing, refining, and perfecting an extraordinary experience that we are confident our devoted fans will adore. We are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to share more details in the near future."


As of now, BioWare has not disclosed any specific release window for Dreadwolf, making it difficult to determine its launch date. However, Electronic Arts has clarified that it will not release within the publisher's current fiscal year, which concludes on March 31, 2024. Considering the lengthy development period of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, a potential release in 2024 seems plausible. At present, the game is confirmed to be in development for the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC platforms.

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