Dragon Age: Dreadwolf In-Game Cinematic focuses on Solas and sets the stage for the upcoming RPG
In celebration of Dragon Age Day 2022, BioWare has released an in-game cinematic Dragon Age: Dreadwolf that sets the stage for the adventures to come.
The cinematics revolve around Solas, a playable character in Dragon Age: Inquisition who is arguably one of the main driving forces in the upcoming RPG.
Varric, another playable character who first appeared in Dragon Age 2, narrates the video and tells the story of Solas, who was known as Fen’Harel, the dire wolf.
“I knew him as Solas, a brooding wizard obsessed with dreams, but long ago, he had another name — Panharel, the dire wolf,” says Varrick. These are the ancient elves of lies or the heroic rebel against tyranny, depending on which story you believe. In his final fight with the elven gods, Solas imprisoned them and created a veil that separated our world from the raw magic of decadence. But now he wants to bring down that veil and destroy the world, and we are the only ones who can stop him.”
While there’s no release date for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, BioWare has confirmed that the long-awaited action RPG has recently completed its alpha mark, which means the game is playable from start to finish. However, there is still a lot of work and polishing to be done.
BioWare had a few more surprises ahead of Dragon Age Day 2022, including new character posters from Dragon Age: Absolution, the new series coming to Netflix on December 9, 2022. You can check them out in the slideshow below, in the trailer for the trailer, and more details here.
Netflix character stickers Dragon: Absolution
BioWare is also raising money for the Trans Empowerment Project, “a nonprofit organization focused on supporting the most marginalized people in the LGBT community, such as people with disabilities and trans people of color.” BioWare raises donations through Tiltify for charity and you can help out click here.
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