In June 2022, developer BioWare and writer Digital Arts formally introduced that the subsequent sport in its acclaimed Dragon Age fantasy RPG sequence could be referred to as Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. At this time, BioWare issued an replace, stating that a lot of the studio is now engaged on Dreadwolf.
In an announcement despatched to GamesBeat, Bioware’s normal supervisor Gary McKay acknowledged:
Our studio is targeted on creating the perfect Dragon Age: Dreadwolf whereas the core Mass Impact crew continues their pre-production work . . . We proceed to iterate and polish Dreadwolf, specializing in the issues that matter most to our followers. As we additional join this new expertise with the sequence’ legacy Mark Darrah will be a part of the crew as a guide, bringing with him years of expertise engaged on Dragon Age. We’re proud to have this crew, with robust management on the helm, working collectively to understand the imaginative and prescient now we have for the sport.
Mark Darrah was a co-director of the primary sport within the sequence Dragon Age: Origins, and was the only director for the sequel, Dragon Age II. He served as an govt producer for the third sport, Dragon Age: Inquisition. He departed from BioWare in 2020.
The replace additionally signifies that the Mass Impact crew remains to be in very early pre-production so a lot of the studio’s crew members are attempting to complete Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Whereas GamesBeat’s story says the sport has been in post-production since September 2022, it seems like there’s nonetheless numerous work to be finished.
The sport at the moment doesn’t have a launch date, nor have platforms been introduced. It is doubtless that we are going to see a PC launch for the sport, together with the present Xbox and PlayStation consoles.