Remember when Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was first teased back in 2018?
The teaser told us next to nothing, but I was excited by the tagline “The Dread Wolf Rises,” due to the implications for how it would follow the events of Inquisition.
From then on, it felt like we were doomed to have BioWare show up once a year or so with a new teaser to show some art, environments, etc. but not anything substantial from the game itself. We eventually got the title Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, but the game itself remained elusive.
Well today, BioWare did it again. They released another short teaser that shows some environments. However, this one promises that the full reveal is coming in summer 2024.
The official blog post about it gives some more details, most importantly that the full reveal next summer will include “new trailers, gameplay, and—of course—the long-awaited release date.”
I wish I was excited for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. While neither reached the same level as Origins, I enjoyed Dragon Age 2 and Inquisition. But having gone this long without seeing anything from the new game, not to mention seeing all the reports of people leaving BioWare, I can’t help but be nervous instead of excited. However, maybe the full reveal next summer will revive my enthusiasm.
Are you looking forward to Dragon Age: Dreadwolf?---
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