Mass Effect Dave will help end Dragon Age: Dreadwolf
Most of the team working on BioWare’s upcoming Mass Effect game has shifted their focus to helping complete Dragon Age: Dreadwolf as production and polishing efforts become more important within the studio. The RPG has been in post-production since September, and executive producer Mark Drah has returned to serve as a consultant for the game.
With credits on Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II, he will “bring years of experience working on Dragon Age,” a statement provided game beat reads “We are proud of this team, led by strong leadership, working together to realize the vision we have for the game.” As some of the Mass Effect team is temporarily working on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, the outlet reports that only a “small core team” is working on the next title’s pre-production. As a result, non-essential members will be useful elsewhere.
BioWare general manager Gary McKay added: “We continue to iterate and polish Dreadwolf, focusing on the things that matter most to our fans.”
Most recently, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf gameplay has been leaked to reveal that it draws comparisons to God of War. The RPG is said to be targeting a late 2023 launch, but a report published last month suggests we could be waiting until next year. When do you think we’ll play it? Drop a prediction in the comments below.
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