BioWare confirmed that the Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has completed the stage Alpha. This means that while there is still a lot of work to be done and improved, the next RPG is now playable from start to finishAnd. Let’s find out all the details together.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has just reached an important stage of development
Through a post published on the website of Electronic Artsthe general director Gary McKay spoke about this incredible milestone, noting that the title could debut at the end of 2023. He also revealed that at the moment the team is focusing its efforts on visual fidelity and oniteration of features of game on site. The team is also using the playable version to evaluate the narrative cohesion of the gamethe player progression not relations that the main character will establish with others in the world of Dragon Age.
Beyond that, McKay says the BioWare team hopes to be more communicative in the coming monthsnow that the game has taken on a final form. Regarding this he stated:
“The Alpha milestone is extremely important to us, but there is still a lot of work to be done. We also want to continue to be transparent with you, our community, and keep you updated on what we are doing. We hope you enjoyed our updates on the development of Dreadwolf this year, as we will try to share more in the future ”.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf was first announced in 2018. However, the public received the first updates of the title only in June 2022. The title refers to the nickname given to Solasa party member turned bad in Dragon Age: Inquisition from 2014, whose story was further explored in that game’s final DLC, Trespasser.
More recently, BioWare has made a foretaste of the story through written codex entries which refer to long-standing figures such as Genitive brother, appeared in Dragon Age: Origins. To stay up to date you can consult the official site.