According to EA, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf won't be released for a while. EA revealed their release schedule, but where is the BioWare RPG?
Dragon Age Inquisition was the last game of the franchise, and fans know that Dragon Age 4 has been in the workds since 2017. It's safe to say that the BioWare title is a long-awaited game and in October 2022, it looked as if the wait would soon be over, with the game entering the alpha stage of development.
- The story and artworks of the Dragon Age games have always been beautiful. Both are combined in the Dragon Age Graphic Novels
Therefore, some fans – justifiably – got their hopes up that the game would be released in late 2023, given that the game was said to be playable according to the BioWare developers.
These hopes were dimmed by a devblog where the BioWare team told us, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf would probably not be released in 2023 – damn it. But hey, if not late 2023 the chances for early 2024 seemed to be good! Now EA revealed their release schedule for the current financial year, including all titles launching before April 2024 and crushed these dreams as well.
While EA reveal their insanely high net bookings of $1.95B for the most recent quarter (which ended on March 31st, 2023) they also tell us, which games to expect. We will get Super Mega Baseball 4, F1, Madden 24, FIFA under a new name (EA Sports FC), Immortals of Aveum and Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle Earth. They also have an unannounced EA Sports and a racing game, but there isn't a single word of Dragon Age Dreadwolf.
This means we'll have to wait until at least April 2024 - that's the date where the new financial year starts, and we maybe finally get Dragon Age Dreadwolf.
There hasn't been much news since the devs announcement. What we know, we've got here for you.
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