Gary McKay, General Manager at BioWare, spoke to the Canadian studio’s blog about progress on the highly anticipated sequel of the Dragon Age role-playing series.
You may recall that McKay made it abundantly clear that the next Dragon Age was currently in active development. In June, the game got the final name Dragon Age Dreadwolf.
It was obvious that the team had achieved much in the time since their last meeting. “great progress” Completed “One of most important stages in development” – alpha testing. Dragon Age: Dreadwolf now can be played from beginning to end.
“Now we can experience the whole game for the first time, from the opening scenes of the first mission to the very end. We can now see, hear, and feel the entire game.— emphasizes McKay the importance of the achieved phase.
After Alpha is completed, the team will concentrate on graphic design, gameplay refinement and polishing fan-critical details. The authors consult with the community council when creating Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.
McKay claimed that Dragon Age Dreadwolf will feature allies, friends, and villains seamlessly interwoven in. He also offered the chance to visit the capital Tevinter empire, the city of Minrathos. This was made possible by magic.
According to rumors Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will be released in the second half 2023 on PC, PS5, Xbox Series X, and S.