BioWare confirms Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will be revealed in Summer 2024
BioWare has released a new teaser trailer for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, confirming that the game will finally be revealed next summer.
As part of this year's annual "Dragon Age Day," a celebration of all things related to the RPG franchise, the developer provided fans with screenshots and a new trailer containing some of the locations found in Thedas, the continent found in all entries thus far.
According to an accompanying blog post, Dreadwolf will be significantly larger than previous entries, stating that fans have previously only experienced a "slice of the world" in each title, but this time "much more of Thedas is yours to see." This includes the "desolate, beautiful badlands of the Anderfels," "twisting canals and gleaming towers of Antiva," and "turquoise seas of Rivain," so fans can expect some impressive scenery in a variety of climates this time.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has been in development since 2015, with claims that it "keeps getting pushed back," resulting in staff from the next Mass Effect game jumping ship to the title amid studio layoffs. BioWare general manager Gary McKay claimed last year that the game was playable from start to finish in an alpha build, with gameplay leaking in February 2023.
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