Rumors claim that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has been delayed to next year

According to recent reports, gamers won’t be getting Dragon Age: Dreadwolf next month. According to a recent insider rumor, the game may not be out for at least a year.

Grubb mentions that the upcoming RPG may not even be released in 2024.

Grubb mentions that the upcoming RPG may not even be released in 2024.

Giant Bomb reporter Jeff Grubb released a fresh update for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf on the Game Mess Mornings program. According to Grubb, the internal release date for the next RPG has changed and is now set for the summer of 2024. Previously, the insider claimed that BioWare intended to release Dreadwolf in September.

It appeared for a while that Dragon Age might have been released this year, he remarked. In fact, September 2023 was the date that was being considered internally at one point. Grubb continued, mentioning explicitly that the Dreadwolf won’t be released until at least the summer of 2024.

“I think it’s very likely that it moves back even further,” the insider continued. I anticipate the release of this game by the end of the next year. He also said that the release date might be pushed back even more, to March 2025.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf may be delayed internally to early 2025 according to the insider.

In May, EA hinted that the forthcoming game wouldn’t be released until at least April 2024. The planned BioWare RPG was not part of the business’ fiscal year 2024. The fiscal year 2024 for Electronic Arts began in April 2023 and ends in March 2024.

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Additionally experiencing internal difficulties, BioWare recently revealed that 50 employees would be lost at the studio. The employment cuts, according to general manager Gary McKay, were required as Bioware “shifted towards [becoming] a more agile and more focused studio.” Fans have been reassured by him that the present plan involves “making sure Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is an outstanding game with its future, including the success of the next Mass Effect.”

EA said in March of last year that it had hired staff from BioWare’s Mass Effect team to assist with the creation of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. To continue work on the pre-production of the science fiction ARPG, the company kept a small staff under the direction of Project Director Mike Gamble. According to Grubb, the most recent employment layoffs also resulted in more Gamble team members leaving to work on the development of Dragon Age, which will cause Mass Effect to be delayed even longer.

The recent job cuts may have pushed back the development of Mass Effect even further.
The recent job cuts may have pushed back the development of Mass Effect even further.

If you’re wondering how any of this will affect the creation of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, let me be clear that we have never wavered in our commitment to the project, McKay stated. “Our dedication is unwavering, and we’re all working to make this game live up to the Dragon Age moniker. We’re sure we’ll have enough time to make sure Dreadwolf lives up to its full potential.

A core veteran crew, lead by Mike Gamble, continues to work on the next Mass Effect’s pre-production, according to Mckay. Our North Star remains our dedication to quality.

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