The "Mass Effect" team is not only helping with the development of "Dragon Age: Dreadwolf," but also bringing a well-known executive producer who previously co-produced the series.
Electronic Arts and BioWare's developers announced that the fantasy role-playing game "Dragon Age: Dreadwolf" has reached alpha status. The next step for the developers is to combine the various parts of the project into a cohesive unit.
With 'Dragon Age: Dreadwolf,' Gary McKay, the general manager of BioWare, once again stressed the goal of delivering the best gaming experience possible. As McKay also confirmed, an old acquaintance will return for further work on the role-playing game.
Mark Darrah, who had served as an executive producer on the "Dragon Age" series in the past, has announced his retirement from BioWare. So, here's Darrah's comeback.
Mass Effect is still in preproduction.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will be developed by part of the Mass Effect team alongside Darrah while the rest of the team is continuing to perfect the game. We continue to tweak and polish Dreadwolf while focusing on the things that matter most to our fans, according to McKay.
Mark Darrah will join the team as a consultant, bringing with him years of experience working on Dragon Age. We are grateful that this group, with strong leadership at the top, is collaborating to achieve our game's vision.
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The fantasy role-playing game "Dragon Age: Dreadwolf" has not yet been given a release date. According to well-known and well-connected industry insider Tom Henderson, the game is making progress, but we shouldn't expect a release this year.
Henderson expects a release sometime in 2024. Electronic Arts and BioWare did not respond to Henderson's requests.
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