New information has emerged about the development process for Bioware’s RPG Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. Information provided to GameBeat by Gary McKay, the studio’s general manager, reveals that part of the team that takes care of mass Effect series was delegated to work on the game.
Besides, Veteran Mark Darrah, who has served as director and producer for previous episodes of the series, has also joined the studio as a consultant.. The history of cooperation between Darrah and BioWare dates back to Baldur’s Gate.
“Our studio is focused on creating the best Dragon Age: Dreadwolf while the Mass Effect core team continues its pre-production work.
We continue to iterate and refine Dreadwolf, focusing on the things that matter most to our fans. As we further tie this new experience into the legacy of the series, Mark Darrah will join the team as a consultant, bringing with him years of experience working on Dragon Age. We are proud that this team, with strong leadership at its helm, is working together to bring our vision for the game to life,” said Gary McKay.
According to information posted by McKay on the game’s blog entry, dreadwolf is in alpha stage. Although they have reached the post-production phase, the developer and the publisher have not yet decided to reveal the exact release date of the game.
The involvement of Mark Darrah, who has experience in the series, is interesting news. It remains to be hoped that the knowledge and experience of the developer will pay off and have a positive impact on the final quality of Dreadwolf.