Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Slated for Release by March 2025: Sources

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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, a fourth mainline installment of the fantasy RPG series from BioWare, will be releasing by March 31, 2025, according to a new financial report from EA that teases the release of at least two titles for this fiscal year. EA didn’t specify what these games were in its slate, but sources have claimed that Dreadwolf is one of the titles, said to be getting a full reveal this summer.

EA’s unannounced FY25 games include:

  • Dragon Age: Dreadwolf
  • “Partner title” (game that EA is publishing but not developing, e.g., Immortals of Aveum)

A look at EA’s slate:

Image: EA

The original teaser trailer from five years ago:

BioWare confirming that Dragon Age would be fully revealed this year, per a December 2023 update:

This long-awaited chapter of Dragon Age is fast approaching—the time is close at hand. We’ll see you next summer with answers to your questions, including ones you have yet to ask. With that will come our full reveal including new trailers, gameplay, and—of course—the long-awaited release date. The Dread Wolf will rise once more and we’ll have much more to share with you as we approach Summer 2024. Please keep an eye on our social channels for all the latest information on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’s reveal and beyond.


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