It’s been almost four years since the next installment of the Dragon Age saga was announced, but things only really moved forward this year, although a lot of information has been shared in recent years. We did, indeed, have a name last June, Dreadwolf, as the developers promised us news depending on the milestones they were going through.

It is therefore in complete transparency that BioWare indicates that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has completed its alpha phase, one of the most important stages in the development process. Gary McKay has announced that the title is completely playable, from the first mission to the end of the game, a stage that the teams, who have worked hard in recent months, are proud to have reached. But that doesn’t yet mean that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf (Le Loup implacable in French version), is close to its release, since there is still a multitude of things to do.

If everything is ”  visible, audible, playable, and forms a cohesive experience,”BioWare will now improve what needs improvement, particularly based on tester feedback, while optimizing the experience. This may take many more months, of course. However, a release in 2023 is not to be excluded, especially since internally, EA and BioWare would have this objective.

Anyway, we should have a new trailer soon enough, maybe during the Game Awards 2022 in December? Dragon Age and more particularly BioWare have made the ceremony a not-to-be-missed event for their community in recent years.

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