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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Release Date Window Delayed to Summer 2024 or Later

BioWare fans will have to wait a little longer for the highly anticipated game, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Originally slated for release this year, the studio has pushed back the launch to early 2024, and now, the release window has been further delayed to Summer 2024 at the earliest.

Industry insider Jeff Grubb revealed that BioWare's internal target was to release Dreadwolf in August 2023, but it was later moved to March 2024. Now, the studio is aiming for a Summer 2024 release. It's important to note that this is an internal target and not an official release window, so further delays into late 2024 or early 2025 would not be surprising.

The delay comes amidst a significant reorganization at BioWare, with General Manager Gary McKay announcing the layoff of about 50 employees. This move is meant to address the studio's needs and create a more focused and agile working environment. It may also be a cost-cutting measure following EA's recent reorganization and the underperformance of Apex Legends.

The timing of these layoffs is raising concerns about the development of Dreadwolf. Reports suggest that BioWare is reallocating resources from the next Mass Effect game to work on Dreadwolf, which could impact the development of both titles. Fans hope that this reallocation is sufficient to ensure a timely release without resorting to crunch or launching an unfinished product.

Overall, the continuous delays and internal issues at BioWare are dampening fans' confidence in the game. However, they remain hopeful that the studio will deliver a quality experience once Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is finally released.

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