Kevin Scott, a Senior Cinematic Animator at EA, listed Dragon Age: Dreadwolf with a 2024 release window on his LinkedIn profile before swiftly removing it after it started gaining traction online. The anticipated RPG from BioWare is still without a release date but thanks to previous reports, we know that EA is aiming to release the game sometime in 2024, potentially towards the second half of next year.
As spotted by Reddit, Scott’s LinkedIn profile was recently updated to list Dragon Age: Dreadwolf with a 2024 release date. However, that listing has since been changed to “TBD” after it started gaining traction in the community.
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Fans speculated that the next Dragon Age would not release in 2023 after EA updated its release calendar back in May, which contained no mention of Dreadwolf until April 2024. Thereafter, it’s possible that the game will land a release date in either mid-2024 or later next year. Reputable insider Jeff Grubb reiterated that BioWare was aiming for a 2024 release too, giving Scott’s listing a lot of credibility.
Should Dragon Age: Dreadwolf launch next year, it’s likely that we’ll see the game in some capacity at The Game Awards in December or at an early 2024 gaming event.
That might be good news for Dragon Age fans but as for BioWare’s future projects, fans of Mass Effect might be in for a very long wait. Sources close to Grubb and GameSpot’s Tamoor Hussain recently claimed that the next Mass Effect isn’t expected until 2029 or later. This followed a new N7 Day teaser trailer for the game showing in-engine footage of a mysterious masked figure, which fans believe could either be teasing the return of Commander Shepard or a brand new character entirely.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is currently in development for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC.