How many times have you wanted to embark on a great saga and had finally abandoned the idea for fear of not understanding the scenario, the characters, the places, etc.? Well for Dragon Age Dreadwolf, the fourth installment in the series, everything should be extremely clear and simple.
BioWare wants you well with Dragon Age
Thus, BioWare Explain that he is creating Dragon Age: Dreadwolf so that even newcomers can play and enter the story easily. Of this, senior writer Sylvia Feketekuty says:
It’s been eight years since our last DA game was released. I’ve seen many adults fondly remember playing it when they were teenagers! Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has been a balance between answering longtime questions for seasoned fans and a game that new players, or those who only played DA:I years ago, can also enjoy. .
It’s especially important for a newcomer to feel included so that you don’t lose your footing. She also adds later in the interview:
For me, BioWare has always carried the legacy of old school D&D through its veins. I try to inject into my work some of what I love about tabletop RPGs: bizarre encounters, prideful villains, adventurers meeting, high stakes arcs that retain a sense of the game or adventure. That’s everything I’ve loved about the best fantasy tabletop games I’ve played.
So BioWare wants to give you the atmosphere of a D&D, and typically it’s the paper role-playing game that you can enjoy without necessarily being a veteran. For the record, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is in development for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series X/S and still has no release date.