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BioWare Releases A Teaser For Dragon Age: Dreadwolf With Promising Locations


The complete revelation is scheduled for the summer of 2024

In honor of Dragon Age Day, BioWare has released a teaser for Thedas.

It is finally a good day to be a Dragon Age fan. After months of no news, middling news, and bad news, BioWare released a short teaser trailer for Dragon Age Dreadwolf earlier today, offering a glimpse at Thedas ahead of a new “full reveal” scheduled for summer 2024.

Is there any gameplay? Does this teaser tell us how the game will look? Have new story details been teased? No, no, and sort of but not really. The 48-second teaser is mostly just set dressing and evocative narration. It’s bread crumbs, but after months of eating sand, I reckon Dragon Age fans will happily take bread crumbs.

The first of the four speakers states: “We fight for everyone, and we always will. The Crows rule Antiva.” Another added, “Glory to the risen gods that come to deliver this world. ‘

A third speaker said, “Grey Wardens don’t hide in our castle. I won’t ask good soldiers to turn tail and run.”

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf rooftop fight scene.

“All the world will soon share the peace and comfort of my reign.” declares Fen’Harel, the Dreadwolf’s presumed antagonist.

The RPG should be extremely beautiful if, as we rather generously hope, Dreadwolf’s graphics will match or closely resemble the beautifully lit environments featured in the teaser. “we’re sharing a look at a few of the in-game locations you’ll explore on this new adventure (and perhaps a little more for those who listen closely). The stage is set. The Dread Wolf is ready to make his move.”

This post also teases: “You’ve visited the lands of Thedas thrice before in our games and many more times in comics, books, art, and short stories. This time, you’ll be venturing to places unseen and returning to places from long ago.”

Bioware adds, “This time, however, much more of Thedas is yours to see. The desolate, beautiful badlands of the Anderfels with curtains of distant mountainous spires. The twisting canals and gleaming towers of Antiva, where Crows may lurk in any shadow. The turquoise seas of Rivain with its rushes of greenery and hardy sea-faring people. And of course, there’s more. We felt this was best for the tale we wanted to tell this time and we hope you enjoy it as much as we have! It’s allowed us to create many more locations than past games, including both some you’ve longed to go to… and some you’ve never heard of before!”

This could be the post’s most alluring line: “This long-awaited chapter of Dragon Age is fast approaching – the time close at hand. We’ll see you next summer with answers to your questions, including ones you have yet to ask.”

Naturally, BioWare views speed similarly to Bethesda views mostly bug-free, but with gameplay and trailers expected in the summer, it looks like we might be getting close, people.