Dragon Age: Dreadwolf receives its first in-engine trailer

Gamers can expect a full Dragon Age: Dreadwolf reveal in Summer 2024

EA and Bioware have released their first in-engine trailer for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, a new single-player RPG from the studio behind Mass Effect and the original Dragon Age games. In this teaser, it is confirmed that the game will not receive a “full reveal” until Summer 2024. This suggests that the full game may not be released until early 2025.

Following the release of this trailer, EA listed Dragon Age 4 on several gaming storefronts. On PC, this includes listing on Steam, The Epic Games Store, and the EA App. Currently, the game has no system requirements or firm release date. Below is an excerpt from Dreadwolf’s Steam page.

Welcome to Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Enter the world of Thedas, a vibrant land of rugged wilderness, treacherous labyrinths, and glittering cities steeped in savage combat and secret magics. Now, the fate of this world teeters on a knife’s edge.

Thedas needs a new leader one they’ll never see coming. You’ll forge a courageous fellowship to challenge the gathering storm. Friendship, drama, and romance will abound as you bring striking individuals together into an extraordinary team. Become the leader and light the beacon of hope in their darkest moments.

Dreadwolf’s new teaser showcases several new lands that players will be able to explore. This includes Anderfels, Antiva, and Rivain. Bioware’s building Dragon Age 4 using EA’s Frostbite engine. This was the engine behind both Anthem and Mass Effect Andromeda.

Last month, Bioware celebrated N7 day with a new Mass Effect teaser. Alongside Dragon Age 4, Bioware are working on a new Mass Effect game. It is likely that this game will become the studio’s focus after the release of Dreadwolf.

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