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Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Title Change Announced, Gameplay Reveal Date Set - comingsoon.net
comingsoon.net
06.06.2024

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Title Change Announced, Gameplay Reveal Date Set

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is officially changing its name. BioWare announced today the game will have a new title and will get an official gameplay reveal very soon.

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Romance Details Revealed, Including Confirmation That All Companions Will be Pansexual - ign.com
ign.com
11.06.2024

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Romance Details Revealed, Including Confirmation That All Companions Will be Pansexual

Previously, BioWare general manager Gary McKay told IGN in an interview that Dragon Age: The Veilguard will allow you to "romance the companions you want," sparking speculation that the fourth game in the series would be making a change to the way romances were handled in previous entries.

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Lets You Play as a Human, Elf, Dwarf, or Qunari - ign.com - Britain
ign.com
10.06.2024

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Lets You Play as a Human, Elf, Dwarf, or Qunari

A snippet of new information about Dragon Age: The Veilguard has emerged regarding the races players will be able to play as in the game.

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Features Companions Ability Wheel for Strategic Combat; Romance Has No Limitations - wccftech.com
wccftech.com
07.06.2024

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Features Companions Ability Wheel for Strategic Combat; Romance Has No Limitations

Yesterday, BioWare revealed Dragon Age: The Veilguard, the official new title for the upcoming installment in the roleplaying game franchise. The studio decided to drop the previous title (Dreadwolf) to place a bigger emphasis on the player character and his seven companions rather than on the villain of the story.

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Features Deeper Variety of Biomes, Companion Romances - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
07.06.2024

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Features Deeper Variety of Biomes, Companion Romances

BioWare may have finally provided more details on Dragon Age: The Veilguard, the new name for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, but there’s still much we don’t know. While a 15-minute reveal is coming on June 11th, studio general manager Gary McKay told IGN about the time dedicated to making its companions feel “authentic.”

Dragon Age The Veilguard devs confirm the long-anticipated RPG once toyed with multiplayer, but that's gone: "It's straight-up single-player story goodness" - gamesradar.com
gamesradar.com
07.06.2024

Dragon Age The Veilguard devs confirm the long-anticipated RPG once toyed with multiplayer, but that's gone: "It's straight-up single-player story goodness"

Dragon Age 4, or what was once Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, has now been re-dubbed Dragon Age: The Veilguard, and although a multiplayer component was in consideration at one point, it's now been confirmed as a purely single-player, story-focused game.

Dragon Age: The Veilguard’s Title Reflects a “Really Deep Group of Companions,” Says BioWare GM - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
07.06.2024

Dragon Age: The Veilguard’s Title Reflects a “Really Deep Group of Companions,” Says BioWare GM

From its announcement in December 2018 to a rumored launch later this year, it’s been a long road for Dragon Age: The Veilguard (formerly known as Dragon Age: Dreadwolf). Speaking to IGN, BioWare GM  Gary McKay explained the name change.

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Allows for Two Companions in Battle; Ability Wheel Confirmed - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
07.06.2024

Dragon Age: The Veilguard Allows for Two Companions in Battle; Ability Wheel Confirmed

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is now Dragon Age: The Veilguard and will receive its official 15-minute gameplay reveal on June 11th. In the meantime, BioWare general manager Gary McKay provided some snippets of information to IGN, including that players can have two companions in battle (down from Dragon Age: Inquisition’s three) and assign orders to them.

Next Dragon Age gets a new name ahead of surprise gameplay showcase - digitaltrends.com
digitaltrends.com
06.06.2024

Next Dragon Age gets a new name ahead of surprise gameplay showcase

Not only does the long-awaited fourth Dragon Age game have a new name, but fans can expect to learn way more information about it very soon.

The next Dragon Age is now called Dragon Age The Veilguard and it’s single player - thesixthaxis.com - Britain
thesixthaxis.com
06.06.2024

The next Dragon Age is now called Dragon Age The Veilguard and it’s single player

Bioware have announced a full reveal of the next Dragon Age game on Tuesday June 11th 2024 but ahead of that they have revealed the title, Dragon Age The Veilguard. Well, that’s what the image shows, Bioware write it with a colon, Dragon Age: The Veilguard, so who knows which is correct.

BioWare renames Dragon Age: Dreadwolf to focus on its heroes, not its villain - polygon.com
polygon.com
06.06.2024

BioWare renames Dragon Age: Dreadwolf to focus on its heroes, not its villain

BioWare’s Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is no more. The next entry in the role-playing game franchise is now known as Dragon Age: The Veilguard, the developer announced Thursday, ahead of a planned first look at gameplay on June 11.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is Now Called Dragon Age: The Veilguard, Gameplay Reveal Set for June 11 - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
06.06.2024

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is Now Called Dragon Age: The Veilguard, Gameplay Reveal Set for June 11

With EA and BioWare previously having confirmed that they would be revealing Dragon Age: Dreadwolf in full this summer, and with leaks insisting that the action RPG is set to launch in 2024 itself, there’s been no shortage of speculation on when in the coming days we’ll be seeing it exactly- though there have, interestingly enough, also been claims that the game will be appearing in an unexpected form. More specifically, it’s been claimed that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has been renamed.

EA ‘confident’ Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will release this year, it’s claimed - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
03.03.2024

EA ‘confident’ Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will release this year, it’s claimed

EA and Bioware are reportedly confident that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will be released this year.

Mass Effect 5 - Everything We Know About BioWare's RPG - gamespot.com - Jordan
gamespot.com
05.01.2024

Mass Effect 5 - Everything We Know About BioWare's RPG

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New Dragon Age Dreadwolf trailer confirms a full reveal is planned for summer 2024 - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
04.12.2023

New Dragon Age Dreadwolf trailer confirms a full reveal is planned for summer 2024

BioWare has announced its intention to fully reveal Dragon Age: Dreadwolf in the summer of 2024.

Dragon Age Dreadwolf 2024 Release Date Mentioned by EA Developer - wccftech.com
wccftech.com
14.11.2023

Dragon Age Dreadwolf 2024 Release Date Mentioned by EA Developer

A former Dragon Age Dreadwolf animator has mentioned a 2024 release date for the highly anticipated next entry in the franchise.

Mass Effect 5 release date speculation, trailer & latest news - radiotimes.com
radiotimes.com
13.11.2023

Mass Effect 5 release date speculation, trailer & latest news

With the recent N7 (7th November) celebrations, some teasers were put out about the next instalment of BioWare’s space-opera RPG.

The next Mass Effect isn’t expected until 2029 or later, report claims - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
09.11.2023

The next Mass Effect isn’t expected until 2029 or later, report claims

The next Mass Effect game may not see a release until 2029 or later, it’s claimed.

Laid-off Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and Mass Effect devs mark N7 Day by protesting outside BioWare HQ - rockpapershotgun.com - Canada
rockpapershotgun.com
07.11.2023

Laid-off Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and Mass Effect devs mark N7 Day by protesting outside BioWare HQ

Laid-off Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and Mass Effect developers are attempting to turn this year's "N7 Day" of Mass Effect-themed festivities into a day of mass revolt. The developers in question are a mixture of former full-time staff and former Keywords Studios QA testers who have worked on Dreadwolf under contract. They've organised pickets outside BioWare Edmonton's offices in Canada, and are calling on BioWare fans to get involved on social media, while trying to engage current BioWare staff in conversation about unionisation.

Ex-BioWare employees sue studio over "shortchanged" severance - gamedeveloper.com
gamedeveloper.com
04.10.2023

Ex-BioWare employees sue studio over "shortchanged" severance

Seven of the 50 employees laid off by BioWare are suing their former employer. The ex-staffers claim the Edmonton studio has refused to pay adequate severance to those affected by the late August reductions. 

Former BioWare employees suing for ‘adequate severance’ - polygon.com - Canada
polygon.com
04.10.2023

Former BioWare employees suing for ‘adequate severance’

Former Dragon Age: Dreadwolf developers from BioWare are suing the company for “better severance,” according to a statement released by a group of seven ex-employees. Former BioWare technical director Jon Renish published the statement on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter.

BioWare Cuts Roughly 50 Jobs, But Still Confident Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Will Reach 'Full Potential' | Push Square - pushsquare.com
pushsquare.com
28.08.2023

BioWare Cuts Roughly 50 Jobs, But Still Confident Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Will Reach 'Full Potential' | Push Square

Some unfortunate news from Mass Effect and Dragon Age developer BioWare: the studios has announced that it'll be «eliminating approximately 50 roles», in an attempt to reshape the company for the better.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Release Date Window Delayed to Summer 2024 or Later - comingsoon.net
comingsoon.net
25.08.2023

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

Fans will be waiting a bit longer for BioWare’s. The studio had hoped to launch the game this year on PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S before moving it back to early 2024. Now, BioWare is moving Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’s release window back to Summer 2024 at the earliest.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf May Not Launch Until 2025 - Report - gamespot.com
gamespot.com
25.08.2023

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf May Not Launch Until 2025 - Report

However, BioWare is supposedly targeting a Summer 2024 release at this time.

Dragon Age Dreadwolf keeps getting delayed internally, report claims - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
25.08.2023

Dragon Age Dreadwolf keeps getting delayed internally, report claims

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf’s release “keeps getting pushed back” internally at BioWare.

The BioWare layoffs include the writer responsible for Dragon Age's best character - pcgamer.com
pcgamer.com
24.08.2023

The BioWare layoffs include the writer responsible for Dragon Age's best character

BioWare is laying off 50 employees, studio manager Gary McKay announced yesterday. No mention of what roles were being made redundant was made at the time, only that the studio's «commitment remains steadfast» when it comes to the upcoming Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. That's hard to believe now, in light of the fact that writer Mary Kirby, who gave the world the hairy-chested Varric, is among those looking for new employment. 

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Is Now Targeting Summer 2024 at the Earliest, Says Grubb, But Late 2024 Is More Likely - wccftech.com
wccftech.com
24.08.2023

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Is Now Targeting Summer 2024 at the Earliest, Says Grubb, But Late 2024 Is More Likely

Yesterday's BioWare studio update left fans of the studio feeling very anxious about Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. BioWare General Manager Gary McKay tried to assure the public that the layoffs of 50 employees wouldn't meaningfully affect the final development stretch of the fourth mainline installment in the Dragon Age series, but his words rang a bit hollow among the community.

Bioware Announces Massive Changes To Studio - gameranx.com - Announces
gameranx.com
24.08.2023

Bioware Announces Massive Changes To Studio

Maintaining relevancy and longevity is one of the hardest things to do in the video game industry. As weird as it is to say, it’s “easy” to make a good game if you follow certain principles and know what you’re doing. That’s why the indie game market is full of up-and-coming teams and talents primed to take over. But what’s hard is to make great games consistently and profit from them, especially with the rising cost of titles and the increased call for quality. Bioware was a developer who once dominated the industry, and now they’re very far from the point in their history.

BioWare hit with layoffs - destructoid.com
destructoid.com
24.08.2023

BioWare hit with layoffs

BioWare is a large studio known for titles such as Mass Effect: Andromeda and Dragon Age: Inquisition. It appears that all is not well at the studio, as on August 23, it announced that it is “eliminating approximately 50 roles.”

BioWare lays off around 50 employees as work on Mass Effect and Dragon Age: Dreadwolf continues - rockpapershotgun.com
rockpapershotgun.com
24.08.2023

BioWare lays off around 50 employees as work on Mass Effect and Dragon Age: Dreadwolf continues

Dragon Age and Mass Effect’s storied developer BioWare have laid off around 50 employees, including veteran devs who had been with the company for 20 years, in what they call a “shift towards a more agile and more focused studio.” The reasoning behind the job cuts has a now-rote focus on efficiency that sadly echoes other redundancy announcements from this year - including ones from other widely admired studios like Firaxis and CD Projekt Red.

BioWare lays off about 50 people in the pursuit of being "agile" and "focused" - techradar.com
techradar.com
24.08.2023

BioWare lays off about 50 people in the pursuit of being "agile" and "focused"

BioWare, the studio behind Dragon Age and Mass Effect series, has announced that it is laying off around 50 staff members to «meet the needs of upcoming projects» and to make the studio «more agile and more focused».  

BioWare is laying off 50 people, Dragon Age veterans included - pcgamesn.com
pcgamesn.com
24.08.2023

BioWare is laying off 50 people, Dragon Age veterans included

Ahead of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, BioWare announces it’s laying off 50 employees, including a writer who’s worked on every single Dragon Age game. It describes the layoffs as “necessary, but unavoidable” and insists the development of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf (and the next Mass Effect game) is still on course.

BioWare cutting 50 jobs - pcgamesinsider.biz
pcgamesinsider.biz
24.08.2023

BioWare cutting 50 jobs

EA's BioWare is laying off around 50 people from the studio.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Team “Eager” to Reveal More, Next Mass Effect Still in Pre-Production - gamingbolt.com
gamingbolt.com
23.08.2023

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Team “Eager” to Reveal More, Next Mass Effect Still in Pre-Production

In light of BioWare eliminating approximately 50 roles to become a “more agile and focused studio,” general manager Gary McKay talked about the development for upcoming titles, like Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Though not directly revealing the departures’ impact on the same, he said, “Our dedication to the game has never wavered.

BioWare lays off roughly 50 employees: 'We must shift towards a more agile and more focused studio' - pcgamer.com
pcgamer.com
23.08.2023

BioWare lays off roughly 50 employees: 'We must shift towards a more agile and more focused studio'

In a blog post that studio manager Gary McKay said was «deeply painful and humbling to write,» BioWare announced that it is laying off roughly 50 employees in order to «preserve the health of the studio and better enable us to do what we do best: create exceptional story-driven single-player experiences filled with vast worlds and rich characters.»

BioWare cuts around 50 jobs to become a 'more agile and focused studio' - engadget.com - Canada
engadget.com
23.08.2023

BioWare cuts around 50 jobs to become a 'more agile and focused studio'

Mass Effect and Dragon Age studio BioWare is eliminating approximately 50 positions as parent Electronic Arts attempts to turn it into a "more agile and focused studio." The reorganization was “unavoidable,” according to BioWare general manager Gary McKay, as it was necessary in order to meet the studio's evolving needs.

BioWare Lays off 50 People to Restructure into 'Agile' Team Focused on Core Single-Player Franchises - mmorpg.com
mmorpg.com
23.08.2023

BioWare Lays off 50 People to Restructure into 'Agile' Team Focused on Core Single-Player Franchises

BioWare general manager Gary McKay has announced they are “reorganizing” their team and laying off about 50 people. McKay makes it clear that the teams continue working on core franchises, Dragon Age and Mass Effect.

BioWare to lay off 50 employees - gamesindustry.biz
gamesindustry.biz
23.08.2023

BioWare to lay off 50 employees

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BioWare lays off 50 staff as part of long-term reorganization - gamedeveloper.com - state Texas - Austin, state Texas
gamedeveloper.com
23.08.2023

BioWare lays off 50 staff as part of long-term reorganization

Approximately 50 employees have been laid off at BioWare today. 

BioWare Eliminating 50 Roles, Shifting Towards “More Agile and Focused Studio” - gamingbolt.com - Poland
gamingbolt.com
23.08.2023

BioWare Eliminating 50 Roles, Shifting Towards “More Agile and Focused Studio”

Dragon Age and Mass Effect developer BioWare shared an update today on its projects while confirming that it was eliminating approximately 50 roles at the studio. It’s part of the shift towards a “more agile and more focused studio” where developers can “iterate quickly, unlock more creativity, and form a clear vision of what we’re building before development ramps up.”

EA Cuts Bioware Jobs Causing Concern For Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Development - gamepur.com - Britain
gamepur.com
23.08.2023

EA Cuts Bioware Jobs Causing Concern For Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Development

In rather upsetting news, Bioware, the developers behind Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and Mass Effect, have announced that the company will be laying off around 50 employees as part of its efforts to restructure the studio’s approach to development.

BioWare is laying off 50 employees - videogameschronicle.com
videogameschronicle.com
23.08.2023

BioWare is laying off 50 employees

Dragon Age and Mass Effect studio BioWare has announced plans to lay off “approximately” 50 people.

BioWare lays off around 50 employees as part of "shift towards a more agile and more focused studio" - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
23.08.2023

BioWare lays off around 50 employees as part of "shift towards a more agile and more focused studio"

BioWare has announced it'll be laying off approximately 50 employees — approximately 20 percent of its total workforce according to recent employment figures — as part of a «shift towards a more agile and more focused studio».

BioWare Lays Off 50 Dragon Age, Mass Effect Devs - thegamer.com
thegamer.com
23.08.2023

BioWare Lays Off 50 Dragon Age, Mass Effect Devs

It's been a while since we've heard any official news from BioWare on either Dragon Age: Dreadowlf or the next Mass Effect, but today's announcement is something that no one enjoys seeing. BioWare has officially announced that 50 people that were currently working on Dragon Age: Dreadwolf are being laid off, with the reasoning behind the move explained as the studio trying to become "more agile and more focused".

BioWare Lays Off 50 Employees In Studio Restructuring - gameinformer.com
gameinformer.com
23.08.2023

BioWare Lays Off 50 Employees In Studio Restructuring

BioWare, the EA-owned studio behind the Mass Effect and Dragon Age franchises, has announced it is laying off 50 employees. It says the studio must “shift towards a more agile and a more focused studio” and is eliminating 50 roles as a result. 

Bioware Announces Layoffs While Next Mass Effect is Still in Pre-Production - wccftech.com - Announces - While
wccftech.com
23.08.2023

Bioware Announces Layoffs While Next Mass Effect is Still in Pre-Production

EA-owned development studio Bioware has provided a studio update in which the creator of a new Mass Effect has announced layoffs.

BioWare is laying off ‘approximately’ 50 people - theverge.com
theverge.com
23.08.2023

BioWare is laying off ‘approximately’ 50 people

By Ash Parrish, a reporter who has covered the business, culture, and communities of video games for seven years. Previously, she worked at Kotaku.

BioWare Announces Big Job Cuts And Reportedly Parts Ways With Unionized Dragon Age Testers - gamespot.com - Announces
gamespot.com
23.08.2023

BioWare Announces Big Job Cuts And Reportedly Parts Ways With Unionized Dragon Age Testers

EA is cutting 50 jobs at BioWare but says its commitment to Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has «never wavered.»

EA’s BioWare will lay off 50 and cut ties with unionized Keywords playtesting group - venturebeat.com - Canada - San Francisco
venturebeat.com
23.08.2023

EA’s BioWare will lay off 50 and cut ties with unionized Keywords playtesting group

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EA reshuffles studio leadership after Samantha Ryan departs - gamesindustry.biz - After
gamesindustry.biz
31.07.2023

EA reshuffles studio leadership after Samantha Ryan departs

EA group general Manager Samantha Ryan has left the company.

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