One of the most famous and accurate gaming insiders, Tom Henderson, has revealed some new details about the upcoming Dragon Age RPG Dreadwolf. The project is being created by Bioware, and the developers have previously stated that with Dragon Age Dreadwolf they want to restore the former glory of one of the most famous role-playing franchises of recent years.
Tom Henderson revealed the following details about Dragon Age Dreadwolf:
The entire multiplayer was cut out of the game. The project itself, most likely, will not be released in 2023, the insider believes that it is necessary to focus on 2024. According to him, not even all the lines of the characters have been completed yet. Dragon Age Dreadwolf will have a “central hub” for the plot, similar to how it was implemented in the first and third parts. In this hub, players will be able to recruit companions as they progress through the story, in order to then take them to the team. Players will move between locations using elven mirrors. The combat system in Dragon Age Dreadwolf is close to Final Fantasy XV, it is made in the style of hack n’ slash.
The authors of Dragon Age Dreadwolf have not yet demonstrated a full-fledged gameplay.
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