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According to EA, Dragon Age: Dreadwolf won’t release until next April



EA has announced its latest financial earnings, confirming a record $1.95 billion net orders for the latest quarter – and, alas, the news that BioWare’s long-awaited Dragon Age: Dreadwolf won’t release until at least next April.

Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, which has been in development in some form since at least 2017, has never been given an official release date, but last year’s reports suggested BioWare was aiming for the highly anticipated game to be released in late 2023.

Fans’ hopes for a 2023 release were undiminished when the studio confirmed last October that Dreadwolf had reached alpha development and was playable “until the very end”, but those hopes have now been dashed by an oversight due to recently published release schedule for the current fiscal year.

Teaser trailer for The Next Dragon Age — Game Awards 2020.

EA’s schedule includes all announced games that will be released through next April, including Lords of the Rings: Heroes of Middle Earth, Super Mega Baseball 4 and F1 due out in the first quarter of this year, followed by Immortals in the second quarter of Aveum, Madden 24 and previously released game. known as FIFA, EA Sports FC.

EA’s latest announced game, NHL 24, will arrive in the third quarter of the current fiscal year, and on top of that, the publisher notes that it also has an unannounced EA Sports game and an unannounced racing game coming before the end of the fiscal year, so don’t sniff Dragon Age: Dreadwolf until the start of FY 2025 on April 1, 2024.

Aside from the notable lack of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, EA’s latest financial report shows record results for the publisher with $1.95 billion in net orders for the most recent quarter ending March 31, 2023, an 11 percent increase year-over-year. This, he says, is primarily due to the performance of its online services business, with FIFA 23 notably managing to outsell EA Sports FIFA 22 in just six months, making it “the most successful launch in franchise history.” .


“Dokapon Kingdom Connect”, “King Jister 3”, and other new items and sales – TouchArcade



Hello dear readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade review for May 9, 2023. Today is a really quiet day with some wishes. We have several new releases to review and we have summaries of each one. My review queue is empty because I’m working on a fairly large game at the moment and there isn’t much news to talk about. We have some sales to comb through, so we’ll end with those listings. Let’s check what we have!

New releases

Dokapon Kingdom Connect ($49.99)

The tabletop RPG is back with this entry in the Switch series. If you’re familiar with the PlayStation 2 game, you’ll find it works pretty much the same way. One nice bonus is that you can play multiplayer locally or online with up to four players. Find friends and get ready for a long journey, because one playthrough can last up to twenty hours. Definitely not for everyone, but those who enjoy it will probably enjoy it a lot.

LA MULANA 1 & 2 Bundle ($34.99)

I usually don’t cover packages anymore, but today is a bit of a slow day and LA MULANA rules, so why not? This includes both the first and second game, and both are amazing challenges that reward patient, smart, and brave players. LA MULANA 2 there was even a recent update that adds more content to it. There has never been a better time or better way to start these games, so if you enjoy tearing your hair out and enjoying it, then go for it.

King Jister 3 ($5.99)

This is the third book in a series of reimagined versions of some Czech text adventures from the 1990s. Despite how it may seem, this is a point and click style adventure game where you will basically be solving a bunch of puzzles. The description says you can enjoy it on its own, which I think you’ll have to do since the previous two games aren’t available on Switch. However, they seem to be on the Google Play Store if you’re feeling adventurous. Ha. enterprising

Zombie Apocalypse: Stories of Survival ($5.99)

A visual novel mixed with what must be the toughest combat I’ve ever seen in a game. These people look visibly bored as they shoot at the shuffling hordes. Either way, the description sounds like the most vanilla version of the concept, and that’s not a good thing, because this sort of thing has been done to death and back again. Like the zombies themselves, I guess. Six bucks isn’t that much if you’re willing to risk more than me, but it takes a pretty special game to get me off the couch for another zombie story, and I somehow doubt it’s the one.


(North American online store, US prices)

I believe that most people are interested in Spade Knight have Treasure narrower, but if you buy them piece by piece, you really can’t argue with three bucks for Card King. Oregon trail is also on a new low and is a very enjoyable experience. in outgoing, The kids that we were completes its latest sale, during which it was sold at the lowest price. This is a really cool game. Check these lists as always.

Select new discounted games

Ultionus: A Tale of Petty Vengeance ($4.99 from $9.99 through May 15)
Spade Knight: Card King ($2.99 ​​from $9.99 through May 16)
Da Vinci House ($4.99 from $9.99 through May 16)
Right and down ($4.99 from $9.99 through May 16)
Namco Museum Archives Volume 2 ($4.99 from $19.99 until May 22)
Mr Driller DrillLand ($5.99 from $29.99 until May 22)
Sword Art Online Alicization Licorice ($32.49 from $49.99 through May 22)
Sword Art Online Hollow Realization DX ($7.49 from $49.99 through May 22)
Red Lantern ($9.99 from $24.99 through May 23)
Card Voice: Forsaken Maiden + DLC ($22.79 from $37.99 through May 22)
Card Voice: Island Dragon Roar + DLC ($22.79 from $37.99 through May 25)
Card Voice: Pack Beasts + DLC ($22.79 from $37.99 through May 25)
Oregon trail ($14.99 from $29.99 through May 29)
Elderand ($13.39 from $19.99 through May 29)
Scribblenaut showdowns ($3.99 from $39.99 through May 29)
LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga GE ($31.99 from $79.99 through May 29)
Mortal Kombat 11 ($9.99 from $49.99 through May 29)
Lego worlds ($5.99 from $29.99 through May 29)
Lego Incredibles ($8.99 from $59.99 through May 29)
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 ($5.99 from $29.99 through May 29)

Sales end tomorrow, Wednesday, May 10th.

Battle Brothers RPG TBT ($14.99 from $29.99 to 5/10)
Rabbit must die! Chelsea and 7 Devils ($10.49 from $14.99 through May 10)
collapsed ($2.25 from $15 until May 10)
earth wars ($1.99 from $4.50 to 5/10)
Flying striker girl ($10.50 from $15.00 to 5/10)
jump king ($6.49 from $12.99 to 5/10)
Little war ($9.59 from $13.71 through May 10)
Magic Scroll Tactics ($8.39 from $11.99 through May 10)
Overlord Escape from Nazarick ($17.99 from $29.99 to 5/10)
Panic Porcupine ($6.99 from $7.99 to 5/10)
Super Zangyura ($13.99 from $19.99 to 5/10)
The kids that we were ($8.31 from $15.99 to 5/10)
Fan Touhou Virtual Autograph ($10.49 from $14.99 through May 10)
Touhou Sky Arena Matsuri Climax ($20.99 from $29.99 to 5/10)
VasterClaw’s 3 ($21 from $30 through May 10)
Vazial Saga XX ($23.80 from $34.00 through May 10)
Zombie Vital DG ($10.01 from $14.30 through May 10)

That’s all for today, friends. We’ll be back tomorrow with new releases, big sales and maybe some news if the universe sees fit to bless us. I have successfully stopped playing PowerWash Simulator again though how long remains to be seen. A truly dangerous game for someone of my nature. The only answer may be to fulfill it 100%. I hope you all have an amazing Tuesday, and as always, thanks for reading!

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Demo Derby: Official PlayStation Magazine 53 issue



Dan and Grubb stumble upon good old Hot Shots Golf and wonder if we need another SOCOM game?

Past and present collide as Giant Bomb digs through the dark world of old demos.

May 9, 2023

Posted By: Jan

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Game Freak partners with Private Division for new game



Take-Two label to release new IP codenamed ProjectBloom

Game Freak and Private Division team up to create a new game. Publishing label Take-Two will partner with Game Freak to publish a brand new codenamed game. ProjectBloom.

There are no details on the collaboration yet, as it is still in the early stages of development and has no confirmed release date. Today’s the press release says ProjectBloom Take-Two is expected to release in fiscal 2026.

Game Freak is well known for their work on Pokemon series since it launched both Pokémon Scarlet/Purple another Pokémon Legends: Arceus last year shut up, this is not only pocket studio; Game Freak also worked on several other games outside Pokemon franchises, including Pocket Card Jockey another small town hero.

“We are thrilled that we have the opportunity to create a new intellectual property that is bold and tonally different from our previous work,” said Game Freak director Kota Furushima. “From the beginning, Private Division has been the publisher we wanted to work with on our new game. Their track record and global experience gives us the confidence to build the next big adventure game we can’t wait to share in the future.”

New project for Game Freak

Private Division, meanwhile, is Take-Two’s publishing label, releasing a fairly large number of games. He published The Outer Worlds when it first launched, and is working with Intercept Games to publish Kerbal space program 2. Thus, the private division acquired OllieOlly Roll7 studio in 2021.

“Over the past three decades, you would be hard-pressed to find a studio that has produced more cult hits than Game Freak,” said Michael Voros, director of strategy at Take-Two Interactive and head of private division. “We are ready to help Game Freak reach its potential and we are honored to be the first Western publisher to work alongside this exceptionally talented and proven team to bring a bold new intellectual property to market.”

We don’t have much to say other than new concept art revealed in today’s press release and a note that this is an action adventure. However, it will be interesting to see what Game Freak brings together in the next few years. Meanwhile, Game Freak is also still working on DLC for Pokemon Scarlet another Violet.

Eric Van Allen

Senior News Reporter. Although Eric has been writing about games since 2014, he has been playing them for much longer. Usually found in RPG battles, digging into indie gems, or hanging out at Limsa Aethryte.

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