BioWare and Electronic Arts may be preparing for a specific marketing campaign for a new story full of dragons. Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is scheduled to hit the market next year, and for the first time the game’s release was mentioned by a person involved in the production of the adventure.
Mass Effect fans have been thrilled by BioWare lately, but it seems like the most recent installment will take a long time. Developers could wait until 2029 to provide the narrative. But if the Canadian studio’s plans come to fruition, the next Dragon Age will debut the following year.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was announced last year by Jeff Grubb, who has strong ties to EA staff. The editor shared information on Dead Space Remake even before to its debut, noting that the BioWare game is scheduled for release in 2024.
The subject reappeared because of an odd entry. Senior cutscenes animator Kevin Scott has over seven years of experience with Electronic Arts, and he seems to have contributed to the creation of some of the assets for the most recent BioWare title.
The developer confirmed that it developed animated game characters using mocap technology and hand-created animations for “Dragon Age: DreadWolf (released 2024).”
(Rumour) Dragon Age: Dreadwolf may be released next year
(Rumor) Dragon Age: Dreadwolf may be released next year pic.twitter.com/syaT69KwfW
— Timur222 (@bogorad222) November 13, 2023
We have to wait for confirmation of this information, but Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was announced several years ago and recently there have been rumors that the game will actually be ready in the second half of 2024