BioWare teases more about Dragon Age Dreadwolf, full reveal coming in Summer 2024
BioWare gave players another look at the next game in the Dragon Age series, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. The latest reveal, part of the studio's yearly "Dragon Age Day" celebration, teases a few regions of Thedas, the game's world, that players will visit during Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Last we heard of the project once known as Dragon Age 4, the game had passed its alpha milestone, but had a long ways to go for its development.
Check out the teaser below:
Titled "Thedas Calls", the new teaser mostly consists of map and environmental shots of the northern areas of Thedas. Previous Dragon Age games were set in the southern part of Thedas, mostly the nations of Ferelden and Orlais. Dreadwolf features more regions from the north, including the Anderfels, the home region of the Grey Wardens, Antiva, home of the House of Crows assassin organization, and the seaside nation of Rivain.
The trailer also features voice clips from unnamed characters. One character mentions the role of the Crows in ruling Antiva, while another mentions the return of the "Risen Gods", while another testifies to the bravery of the Grey Wardens. Finally, speaks of the coming of their reign. From the title and other teasers, Dreadwolf is expected to deal with the potential return of the titular Dread Wolf, an elven figure of immense power with ties to the plot of 2014's Dragon Age: Inquisition and its DLC, Trespasser.
In a message to fans, the Dragon Age team mentioned that a full reveal for the game is set for Summer 2024. That reveal will include a release date for the game.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is in development.