Dragon Age Summer Game Fest

Update: Finally putting an end to all of the rumours circling the next Dragon Age game's full reveal, BioWare has come out and confirmed that the title will be shown off next week on the 11th June at 8am PT / 11am ET / 4pm BST / 5pm CEST, via the official Dragon Age YouTube channel. Oh, and the game's called Dragon Age: The Veilguard now, not Dreadwolf.

"To capture what this game is all about, we changed the name as the original title didn’t show just how strongly we feel about our new heroes, their stories and how you’ll need to bring them together to save all of Thedas," the developer explains.

This showing will feature over 15 minutes of gameplay footage from Veilguard's opening. As we keep saying, we just hope that it looks good — especially after all this time in limbo.

Original Story: We'll be brutally honest with you: we're pig sick of writing about Dragon Age ****ing Dreadwolf. This is a game that we've seen basically nothing of, yet we've spent the last five years — possibly more — covering it. Every rumour, every leak, every rubbish tease from BioWare. We're incredibly thankful, then, that the saga should finally come to an end this weekend, when Dreadwolf is officially revealed during Summer Game Fest.

Except it technically won't be. In what seems to be one last twist in this frustratingly tedious tale, the ever-reliable Jason Schreier says that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf is no longer called Dragon Age: Dreadwolf. We don't know what the new name is, and we don't know why BioWare's decided to change it — but don't be surprised to see a title drop for Dragon Age Something Else at Geoff's event.

Again though, we're just looking forward to writing about a game that we've actually seen in action. Now we just have to hope that it... y'know, looks good.

What would you call the new Dragon Age if not Dreadwolf? Let out a solitary howl in the comments section below.

[source resetera.com]