A new report suggests that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has been internally delayed. The fourth mainline entry in the Dragon Age series was announced back in June 2022. While a release window was left out, reports suggested that it might be released in 2023, but it has apparently been further pushed to 2024.
Dragon Age: Dreadwold Internal Delay Might Result in a 2024 Launch
According to journalist, Jeff Grubb, the title was internally planned for a September 2023 release but was pushed to 2024. The latest development came during the latest episode of Grubb’s Game Mess Mornings:
Internally at one point, they were looking at was next month, Sept 2023, but the game gets getting pushed back, and they moved the internal expectations to March 2024. And they pushed it back again, now its not coming out till summer 2024, and its very likely its moved again.
2024 will mark around 9 years since the game’s development began. The title apparently began its development in 2015. It was first planned as a narrative-driven game, then became a live-service title, finally reaching its final form as a single-player.
In October 2022, it was revealed that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was now playable from the start to the end. But it seems Bioware is having trouble with polishing the game so it’s getting pushed back repeatedly. However, to manage expectations Bioware never really revealed an official release window at all.
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