New details of BioWare’s Dragon Age: Dreadwolf have emerged via an exclusive report by Insider Gaming. The report shares details about the game’s current state of development and certain gameplay aspects. Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was revealed in June of 2022 and will supposedly feature Solas the Dreadwolf as the main antagonist.
The development of Dragon: Age Dreadwolf started in 2015. It was initially going to be a narrative-focused experience but was later changed to a live-service multiplayer type. Then, it changed once again to a single-player focused game seeing Jedi: Fallen Order’s success. But according to Insider Gaming’s sources, the multiplayer components are still ‘sensed’ to some degree in the current build.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Gameplay
Like previous entries, Dreadwolf will let players recruit and grow their crew who they’ll meet on missions. One of Insider Gaming’s sources says the game felt like Destiny with a central hub But, the hub itself has a vital role in the single-player experience. Players can move from the hub to missions via a mirrored portal. The crew can be given equipment and modifications in the hub. Sources also say the game has a more hack n’ slash feel to it and has a combat wheel similar to Final Fantasy XV.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Release Date
The game’s current build still lacks certain features and character lines according to the sources. It also has some of the components present during its development as a live service game. Bioware did announce that the game had reached the Alpha Milestone and could be played from start to finish back in October 2022. So, it might be that although the game is fully playable, a completely flawless build is yet to be created. This could suggest that the game is quite far away and might not see a release in 2024. EA or BioWare has yet to announce a release date or window.
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