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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Release Date: All You Have To Know

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, initially announced six years ago at The Game Awards 2018, was renamed Morrison due to concerns within BioWare. Despite delays, Dragon Age Day provided fans with insights into the future, offering much to look forward to this year.

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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf: Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was initially unveiled over six years ago at The Game Awards 2018, as a then-untitled announcement. It naturally came too soon, while there were a few behind-the-scenes concerns within BioWare that ultimately led to the original Dragon Age 4 project, codenamed Joplin, being discarded and replaced with its current form, codename Morrison. In other words, it’s been a long path, and time and again, BioWare has appealed for patience. Luckily, Dragon Age Day provided fans some significant insights regarding the future. It might not be here just yet, but fans have a lot to look forward to this year.

2024 will easily be the biggest year for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf thus far. Since Morrison started production, fans have been treated to concept art, a few teaser videos, and a lot of Solas hints, but Dragon Age Day arrived with two huge pieces of information. The first is that, including the already mentioned Tevinter, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will take place in three more countries. Its total of four countries triple that of Dragon Age: Inquisition, good or evil. The second is that further details, including its release date, is expected in summer 2024.

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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Will Have A Lot to Show

In addition to the recently released Thedas Calls video for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, BioWare announced on their blog that further content would be available in the summer of 2024. In particular, BioWare promised to unveil the game in its entirety as well as “new gameplay, trailers, and—of course—the long-awaited release date.” Although learning the knowledge at the right time is preferable to not knowing it at all, fans can now control their expectations for the upcoming year.The first few months of 2024 will probably be quiet for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, but between June and September, players should anticipate a lot of action to start up.

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Summer Game Fest 2024

While creating a major blowout just focused on the game on its own would have some attraction for BioWare, the words “full reveal” and “summer 2024” immediately conjure images of Summer Game Fest 2024. The greatest spot to launch this in June would be at Geoff Keighley’s stage, where a story trailer for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will reveal to gamers the finer points of the plot and Solas’s role. Although there will probably be some gameplay in the first trailer, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’s plot and cast of characters will take centre stage. After all, fans will be clamouring for information on the companions. The second major obstacle for the game will be a gameplay trailer, whenever one appears.

Leaked footage of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf suggests that the game would play more like an action-RPG than previous Dragon Age games. Fans shouldn’t be surprised by this given consistent fighting has never been a part of the Dragon Age franchise. However, footage revealed a UI equipment screen that borrowed heavily from the Destiny concept, which is available in many contemporary role-playing games, while the combat appeared more God of War-esque (albeit still companion-based). Story and gameplay will probably lead the pack, but that remains to be seen and this Dragon Age: Dreadwolf leak should be treated with a grain of salt.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Release Date

For many devoted followers, the key question is when it will be released. For fans who have been waiting six years, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’s release date will be significant, and there appear to be two possible outcomes. Because six years elapsed between the first announcement and the final revelation, fans cannot depend on the reveal and release schedules of previous Dragon Age games. However, the first is that a conventional full reveal is planned, implying that the release date may slide into early 2025, if not later. This also implies a longer marketing campaign, but because BioWare is aware of how long fans have been waiting for specific information, fans should anticipate a lot of information upfront.

The second possibility is that the marketing time is shorter. Because of its nature, it’s quite possible that this occurs. Traditionally, the industry’s most typical marketing and release cycle was revealing a game in the summer and releasing it later in the year. In actuality, the ideal time to release Dragon Age: Dreadwolf would be November 2024. It would mark the 15th anniversary of the franchise with Dragon Age: Origins in addition to the 10th anniversary of Dragon Age: Inquisition. November 2014 and November 2009, respectively, saw the debut of both games, therefore BioWare must have found great appeal in this window of time.

But the most crucial thing for fans and BioWare to do is to be really patient. It would not be advantageous for BioWare or its devs to feel under pressure to release the greatest Dragon Age game in a brand known for outstanding games, nor would rushing work well for anybody. Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will launch when it’s ready, which shouldn’t be any sooner than a day later. If this necessitates delaying BioWare’s plans about release or revelation, then okay. Patience is the virtue that can ultimately bring this reality to pass. Dragon Age deserves the greatest game BioWare can develop, and Dragon Age fans deserve the best game BioWare can make.

Sweta Bharti
Sweta Bharti
Sweta Bharti is pursuing bachelor's in medicine. She is keen on writing on the trending topics.

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