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Dragon Age Dreadwolf Is Reportedly ‘Not Coming Out Until Summer 2024 At The Earliest’

BioWare and EA are targeting a Summer 2024 launch window for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, according to Giant Bomb’s Jeff Grubb.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that BioWare made the difficult decision to let go of 50 staff as it attempts to streamline its business operations, although it did assure that the decision would not affect development of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Following this, Grubb believes the game will launch next summer at the earliest.

For a while there, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf could have come out this year. In fact, internally at one point the date that they were looking at was next month, September 2023. But internally, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf keeps getting pushed back. They moved the internal expectations to March 2024 a while ago. Guess what? It’s not coming out then, either. It’s been pushed back again. It is not coming out until Summer 2024 at the earliest at this point.

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This is not them talking publically, this is from my reporting. But if it moves again, don’t be surprised in any way. I think it’s very likely it will be moved back even further. I expect this game to launch probably by the end of next year. But why launch it at the end of next year when you could move it to the last EA fiscal quarter, which ends in March 2025? This thing could keep moving. Again, Summer 2024 is what they’re looking at at the earliest.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is currently in development for PS5, PC, and Xbox Series X/S with an official release date yet to be announced.

[Source – Game Mess Morning]