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This DLC is going to put an interesting twist into the game, as it's something that a lot of games simply don't do without delving into a sequel. This DLC is a "what happens after" addition to the vast world that Inquisition allows you to build.
Developer BioWare has announced that the future DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition will not be released on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.
EA and Bioware has announced that the multiplayer focused "Dragonslayer" DLC expansion will be coming on May 5 absolutely free and will introduce high dragon battles on a brand new map, as well as three new characters, including Zither the Virtuoso that was already revealed on April Fool's Day, which many took as a bit of a joke.
This week Bioware has released Jaw of Hakkon, the first DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition coming first to Xbox One and PC. Players can return to Thedus to discover the fate of the last Inquisitor as they attempted to stop an ancient god.
It's pretty obvious right, Mass Effect and Dragon Age are two completely different games at heart, the only similarities they have are the developer behind them, BioWare, but many are worried that the developers may follow the same template set by Dragon Age: Inquisition with Mass Effect 4. BioWare on the other hand, say that won't be the case.
For those of you who enjoy spending time in the taverns of Dragon Age: Inquisition for the tavern ditty's then today is your lucky day as BioWare has officially released the "tavern songs" as a free download so you can pretend you're in a tavern wherever you go!
The official Twitter page for Dragon Age: Inquisition have shared some interesting statistics for players of the game revealing that over two and a half million dragons have been slain by players. Quick, someone call the Dragon Age equivalent of the RSPCA, this is an epidemic.
Dragon Age: Inquisition launched last week for Windows PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One, and has already become a big hit with gamers and critics alike. The game debuted in fifth place in the UK charts this week in amongst other big hitters such as Grand Theft Auto V and Far Cry 4 selling almost exactly the same as the games predecessor, Dragon Age: Origins. Have you lead the Inquisition yet? Now's really your chance.
Dragon Age: Inquisition launches today on console and PC and to celebrate here's the launch trailer for one of the most anticipated titles of this year. The game, which is the third in the series throws together elements from the first two titles, Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II and tosses players into the wonderful world of Thedas as part of the inquisition a band of heroes who have come together to save the world from itself.
As Dragon Age: Inquisition goes gold and the release date creeps ever closer for the Bioware fantasy epic, Executive Producer Mark Darrah opened up to how the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim had changed the way that they thought about fantasy role playing games in an interview with GamesIndustry this week.
If you're a subscriber to EA's subscription service, EA Access, you'll be pleased to know that you'll be able to hop into the world of Thedas a whole five days earlier than everyone else! EA have announced this week that subscribers will be able to make the most of a 6-hour trial of the game on November 18.
BioWare have announced that their next instalment into the Dragon Age franchise, Dragon Age: Inquisition has gone gold on all platforms and is now being written to disc ready to ship out on November 18. BioWare announced the news on their blog where Mark Darrah, Dragon Age Executive Producer noted that the team have put tremendous work into the game and that they're proud of what they've done.
"Belief gives you power" BioWare have released a new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition focusing one the journey the Inquisitor will take through out the...
BioWare has released a brand new developer diary for Dragon Age: Inquisition declaring that the PC is its home. Developers at BioWare explain that despite the game being almost identical on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, those who wield a keyboard and mouse will be able to make the most of some of the games features catered specifically for the platform.
Earlier this week Bioware released the first look at Dragon Age: Inquisition's class creation, today they have followed it up with a closer look at the games crafting mechanics. Players will have access to the all the smiths of the Inquisition as they create weapons worthy of legends.
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