PS5 titles Dragon Age: Dreadwolf and Skate won't be releasing any time before April 2024 according to EA's projections for the coming fiscal year. Both games have been omitted from the company's latest earnings report, which shares a look at the announced games EA has planned to launch between April 2023 and March 2024. Neither the latest RPG from BioWare nor the new skateboarding simulator feature. As such, they are both at least one year away from release.
What is planned for the next 12 months from EA is F1 23, the new title from EA Originals Immortals of Aveum, EA Sports FC, Madden NFL 24, NHL 24, and Super Mega Baseball 4. In addition, the firm has two unannounced games releasing in the next year and change: an EA Sports title and a new racing game.
Initial speculation surrounding Dragon Age: Dreadwolf pointed towards a potential PS5 release in late 2023, but more recent reports have lined up with a launch in 2024 or beyond. Today's news appears to confirm the latter. A recent gameplay leak did allow us to get a quick look at the RPG, though, which is being compared to God of War. Skate, meanwhile, will be a free-to-play experience.
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