Dragon Age: Dreadwolf reportedly brings back a popular feature that BioWare implemented with Dragon Age: Inquisition. When dragon age debuted with Dragon Age: Origin, it was a hardcore role-playing game. Of Dragon Age II, the series became much more of an action RPG, removing or removing many elements from its predecessor. And then with Dragon Age: Inquisition, the series became even more mainstreamed and almost became a weird concoction of a single player RPG and an MMO. As you would expect, Inquisition also introduced a variety of features expected by a more mainstream audience, such as jumping, which proved to be a popular addition, because who doesn’t like jumping? It’s one of those features that you don’t notice until it’s not available. That said, it will be there Dragon Age: Dreadwolf.
Over the weekend, our first look at Dragon Age: Dreadwolf gameplay leaked online, courtesy of an early build of the game and an anonymous Reddit user. In addition to leaking the gameplay, the Reddit user, who obviously has some kind of source, revealed a metric amount of information about the game, including the message that jumping has returned.
It remains to be seen how it will be implemented. That said, it will presumably be implemented as it came Dragon Age: Inquisitionbecause so far the game sounds a lot like Inquisition. It would be nice to see it actually incorporated into the combat or general gameplay in some capacity, but this seems like wishful thinking. And to be fair, jumping is rarely included in RPG gameplay or any game for that matter unless the game’s gameplay revolves around mobility.
For now though, take this delicacy with a grain of salt. While there is no reason to doubt the validity of this information, it is still not official information. Furthermore, even if this information is correct, it does not mean that it will remain accurate as things are constantly changing in game development. As for BioWare and EA, neither have commented on the leaked gameplay or related details. If this changes, we will update the story accordingly.