Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is an action RPG developed by BioWare and published by EA.
It is the fourth mainline instalment in the Dragon Age series, and the sequel to 2014’s Dragon Age: Inquisition.
While the RPG won't release this year, BioWare says it's "growing closer to that next adventure" and that questions would be "answered in time."
Insider Tom Henderson is cryptically teasing an announcement for BioWare's RPG but says not to expect "anything 'huge' per se."
Dragon Age 4 executive producer Christian Dailey has left BioWare, while Corinne Busche has been named the project's new director.
BioWare GM Gary McKay notes that the blueprint was "completed last year" and the team is focused on "building out our vision."
Jeff Grubb says that development is on schedule, which is "about 18 months out from today" and expects a late 2023 launch at the earliest.
Insider Tom Henderson spoke to a "source with knowledge of EA's plans" who affirmed that BioWare's RPG is still a ways off from release.
BioSare general manager Gary McKay says the studio remains "laser-focused on building back the trust of our fans and community."
Though it made an appearance at The Game Awards 202, BioWare's big fantasy RPG looks to be skipping this year's show.
Another high profile Dragon Age lead leaves BioWare, though the developer insists it is committed to "a high-quality Dragon Age game."
Though we're still yet to see gameplay footage from BioWare's upcoming action RPG, there is at least new artwork to look at.
The LinkedIn profile of former BioWare developer Daniel Nordlander suggests that the upcoming RPG will only release for PC and new-gen consoles.
The next big sequel in the fantasy RPG series will reportedly return to being a single player-focused affair after the failure of Anthem.
BioWare recently confirmed that the next Dragon Age won't appear at EA Play Live, but here's some new concept art to tide you over.
BioWare has confirmed that it won't be "showing anything" at this year's event. EA Play Live is slated for July 22nd and will run for 40 minutes.
BioWare's Christian Dailey teases out more new concept art for the upcoming RPG.
The future could be brighter for BioWare's next game but there are some caveats.
Anthem's failure and the success of Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order are the reason.
Locations like Antiva City and Nevarra are also hinted at.
Although it looks more like Anthem than Dragon Age.
New locations and allies are also teased in this "special look."
BioWare teases the upcoming tease for its unnamed Dragon Age sequel.
The next mainline Dragon Age game will receive an update next week.
All project currently in development will continue onward in their absence.
New characters and locations along with the central premise teased.
Executive producer Mark Darrah provides a brief update on the development of the upcoming RPG.
Expect some news in a couple of days.
BioWare will be celebrating Dragon 4ge Day with fans next month.
EA CFO Blake Jorgensen revealed that "plans are underway for that product."
The Dread Wolf is still rising.
Fernando Melo notes that the project is "well underway to becoming the definitive Dragon Age experience."
Current lead writer Patrick Weeks is one of the editors for the collection.
Ideas floated for the next Dragon Age's multiplayer include drop-in/drop-out co-op for companions.
The original incarnation, codenamed Joplin, was heavily focused on choice and consequence.
Former staffer says, "you can't just start fresh and fumble your way forward until you find the fun."
BioWare went behind EA’s back, forcing EA to play along.
One of the job listings also suggests – yet again – that the game will have online elements.
The first teaser trailer is now available.
The reveal will be much like that for The Elder Scrolls 6, done mostly to hype up fans.
A new Dragon Age announcement has been teased for next month—could it be a new game? Or maybe a remaster?