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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf needs more time

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf needs more time

Electronic Arts has provided information about the release date for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. It's not been directly but you can easily assume that the new installment in the critically acclaimed RPG series won't be released until at least April 2024. EA's latest financial report leaves Dragon Age: Dreadwolf totally out of the equation by omitting it. Therefore, all the rumors about a possible launch of Bioware's next RPG adventure have vanished into thin air. Instead, Immortals of Aveum and the new version of the old FIFA series, EA Sports FC seem to take the spotlight alongside NHL 24 as the most important releases that will take place in the coming months. 

Very little information

Unfortunately, despite the reports claiming that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was in the alpha stage and playable that appeared last October, it seems that the game still has a long way ahead until it hits the stores. EA and Bioware still have a lot to do in terms of revealing the game. So far, we are left with just a couple of small videos that look like teasers more than anything. These have confirmed the appearance of certain characters from previous games, like Solas from Dragon Age: Inquisition, who seems to be taking a pivotal role in the story. These have also fueled speculation over the possible setting and story, and it would be nice if the developer started shedding some light on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf for the peace of mind of the fans.



In any case, we will keep you informed about any other news on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, especially anything regarding its release date. Meanwhile, if you are yet to discover the series, you can immerse yourself in an epic fantasy world and try to save it from impending doom by using our comparator to get previous games, including Dagon Age: Origins, Dragon Age 2, and Dragon Age Inquisition cheap.