Previous Dragon Age: Dreadwolf Build Played Like Destiny, Dreadwolf may not have been shown much thus far, but we do know that it had to go through a great deal of trial and error in order to get to where it is now. The sequel’s builds have been abandoned numerous times, with two known instances of work restarting. We now know more about one of these earlier Dreadwolf iterations and how it affected the present build.
Insider Gaming was told by sources that the multiplayer game Dreadwolf’s second iteration took some inspiration from Destiny. Players would have returned to a central hub in this version of the game between missions to regroup before embarking on tasks that other players could help them with.
One of the sources for the article describes what the prior Dreadwolf build included. They claim that the game had a central hub where players might likely gather before starting the next adventure and that it had a similar feel to Destiny.
The article does add, though, that the single-player Dreadwolf also makes use of the concept of a central core. Similar to Skyhold in Inquisition or the party camp in Origins, this hub will also serve as a gathering place for your friends to gather in between tasks. This time, according to the report, we’ll travel to our assignments via a portal to make the most of Tevinter’s unusual and amazing powers.
This may imply that some aspects of the multiplayer gameplay have been carried over to the new version of the game. However, it is unknown for sure. We know very little about Dreadwolf despite the fact that Inquisition launched in 2014 because we haven’t yet seen a gameplay trailer or a set release date.
Even though this article strongly suggests that the game won’t actually debut until at least 2024, with a more recent release being characterized as “optimistic,” hopefully, we’ll hear more updates during 2023.