Dragon Age 4 title has been confirmed by BioWare. The new RPG, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, is being referred to as a nod to both the game’s main enemy and the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition, the series’ final instalment.
How does he come to be known as the “Dread Wolf?” “There are those who believe he is an ancient elven god, while others disagree. Those who believe him to be a traitor… In an announcement post, BioWare notes that the game’s title refers to either a saviour who is now trying to save your planet or a saviour who is now trying to save your world. When it comes to intentions and methods, his is a reputation as some sort of trickster deity—someone who plays perilous games in the dark.
Despite BioWare’s assurances that you don’t need to be familiar with the Dragon Age tale to enjoy Dreadwolf, fans of the series will no doubt be intrigued by the new directions that Solas may take in the future of the franchise. It’s okay if you’re new to Dragon Age, says BioWare, because you haven’t encountered our opponent yet.
Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will not be released this year, but BioWare claims it will have more information about it before the end of 2022.