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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf May Not Launch Until 2025 - Report

However, BioWare is supposedly targeting a Summer 2024 release at this time.


Start increasing your patience attribute because Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is probably a year away, at least. A new report states the BioWare RPG is targeting a Summer 2024 launch, but it could slip into 2025.

On Game Mess Mornings--part of GameSpot sister site's Giant Bomb--Jeff Grubb talked about how Dragon Age: Dreadwolf's target date has shifted over time. "For a while there, it was like Dragon Age could have come out this year," he said. "In fact, internally, at one point, the date that they were looking at was next month--September 2023."

This might be why there were rumblings about a 2023 launch for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf earlier this year. Obviously, that's not the case, especially since BioWare just announced big cuts to its development team, alongside parting ways with unionized playtesting company Keywords. As such, currently Grubb stated that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf isn't "coming out until Summer 2024 at the earliest at this point."

Grubb added: "I think it's very likely it moves back even further. I expect this game probably to launch by the end of next year." Even so, he mentioned that the release date could keep shifting and be as late as March 2025.

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In May, it became clear EA wasn't planning on shipping Dragon Age: Dreadwolf until April 2024 at the earliest. The company's fiscal 2024 didn't mention the BioWare RPG or the already-announced Skate reboot.

Dragon Age 4 was initially teased at The Game Awards in 2018. This past October, the RPG passed a huge development milestone, according to BioWare GM Gary McKay. He stated the title was playable from start to finish after passing the alpha stage.

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