Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Is Currently Planned For A 2024 Release
EA and Bioware’s upcoming role-playing game, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, is currently planned for a 2024 release, based on the latest information.
The Linkedin profile of Kevin Scott, Senior Cinematic Animator at Bioware, had recently stated that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is scheduled for release sometime in the year 2024. He has since updated his profile and edited the release window to ‘TBD’.
It’s likely that Bioware is currently uncertain about Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’s release window, and that it may get pushed to 2025. Internally, however, it appears that the plan is for the game to be released next year in 2024. Mark Darrah, Game Consultant at BioWare, had recently stated during a Q&A session last month that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was moving towards the end of production and getting ready to ship.
Meanwhile, Jeff Grubb, who is known for his sources in the game industry, had recently tweeted that the development of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is “doing well”, based on what he had heard. During a recent episode of Game Mess Mornings, while commenting on the potential release window for Mass Effect 5, he had also mentioned that the game may see the light of day in the year 2024, 6 years after its announcement.
Earlier, in its Fiscal Year Earnings report for 2024, EA had revealed that the release of Dragon Age 4: Dreadwolf will happen sometime after March, 2024. Based on the release schedule outlined by the publisher, the games slated for release between the period of April, 2023 and March, 2024 included PGA Tour, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, Lord of the Rings: Heroes of Middle Earth, Super Mega Baseball 4, F1, Immortals of Aveum, Madden 24, EA Sports FC 24, and NHL 24.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is the sequel to Dragon Age: Inquisition (2014). The game’s development began in 2015, and its progress has been held back by major delays, substantial design alterations, and notable staff turnover.