In June, BioWare revealed that they would be developing Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, the next flagship installment in the Dragon Age series. Since then, work has proceeded on the title, but today BioWare has announced that the game has reached a significant achievement, as the alpha milestone for Dragon Age: Dreadwolf has been finished. \n \nGary McKay, the general manager of Dragon Age: Dreadwolf, has revealed in a new blog post published on the official site of Electronic Arts that the development team at BioWare has made significant progress. McKay adds that now that the game's alpha milestone has been completed, the team at BioWare may play through the entirety of the game for the very first time, from the very beginning to the very end. \n \nMcKay also says that now that this significant milestone has been completed, the team is free to concentrate on the game's tempo, graphic fidelity, and gameplay mechanics. In order to mark the occasion, BioWare held an on-site celebration that featured a virtual escape room as well as other diversions that were not linked to the business. This was a significant departure from the allegations of intense pressure that BioWare employees were under when they were working on Anthem. \n \nHowever, it was about more than just the production aspect of things, as McKay explains that Dragon Age: Dreadwolf will lead players to the city of Minrathous. This is a location that has been referenced in prior games, but the franchise has never actually delved it. It's wonderful to hear that Dreadwolf will introduce at least one new area for us to explore, even if we don't yet know what the player will do in Minrathous or how the city links into the overall tale.