Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Release Delays Extend Beyond April 2024
Anticipation continues to grow for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, the next installment in the widely popular Dragon Age series. However, according to a recent statement released by publisher EA, fans may have to wait a bit longer than expected. The release of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf isn’t slated for any time before April 2024, and EA provided some insight into their upcoming projects and the notable absence of Dreadwolf in their current fiscal year (FY24) lineup.
EA has a busy calendar ahead, with numerous games scheduled for release during their FY24, which ends on March 31, 2024. Among the titles are Super Mega Baseball 4 and F1 23, both launching in Q1 FY24, followed by Immortals of Aveum, Madden 24, and EA Sports FC, all coming in Q2 FY24. NHL 24 will be released in Q3 FY24. Additionally, EA announced two mystery games: another EA Sports title and a new racing game. Unfortunately for Dragon Age fans, the much-anticipated Dreadwolf remains absent from this list.
The lack of Dreadwolf's confirmed release date may leave enthusiasts feeling disheartened, but there is some solace in knowing that BioWare reported Dragon Age: Dreadwolf had reached alpha status back in October. General manager Gary McKay mentioned that the game was playable from start to finish, with developers focusing on pacing, character relationships, and overall narrative cohesion moving forward.
Early alpha footage of the game had previously been leaked on Reddit by a user claiming to be a playtester. Despite the possible disappointment in EA's recent FY24 announcement, the leaked footage still offers an exciting glimpse at what's in store for players when they finally get to dive into the world of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.
In conclusion, although Dragon Age: Dreadwolf's release being pushed beyond April 2024 may come as a letdown, the thrilling journey that awaits will undoubtedly be worth the wait. EA and BioWare's dedication to delivering a polished and engaging game experience showcases their commitment to both the franchise and its dedicated fanbase. Until the eventual release of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, players can enjoy the abundant lineup that EA has planned for FY24 and eagerly anticipate the adventures that lay ahead in the world of Dreadwolf.
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