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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Release Date Likely Before April 2025

EA’s latest earnings presentation heavily hinted that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will likely appear before April 2025. The company has steadfastly refused to confirm an actual release date for the game, although more “details on timing” are expected to be revealed at a later date.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf could be released this fiscal year

One of EA’s earnings slides shown to investors displayed all the games scheduled to be released during the current financial year. One of those is an unannounced “owned IP title” that insider Jeff Grubb later clarified was Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. The game wasn’t included in the table so the release date is yet to be narrowed down to a specific quarter of the year. EA “expect to provide more details on timing at a later date.”

Most people reading this will likely be concerned over the fact the game was called “unannounced.” Fear not, as EA has done this before. Two years ago, EA issued an earnings presentation that referred to a “Remake” that had “not yet been publicly disclosed.” Because Dead Space Remake had been announced 10 months prior, many people assumed this wasn’t the game in question. The very next day, EA confirmed the game’s release date and that the “Remake” was, in fact, Dead Space.

There are very few surprise games due to be released in the current financial year. EA Sports F1 24 is set for May 31. At some point between July 1 and September 30, fellow sports titles EA Sports College Football 25, EA Sports Madden NFL 25, and EA Sports FC 25 will be released. These will be followed by EA Sports NHL 25 between October 1 and December 31.

Finally, the only game that remains a mystery is an unannounced “partner title” that will arrive during the first quarter of 2025. This is thought to be the latest game from Hazelight Studios, but we’ll have to wait for more information on that too.

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