Dragon Age: Inquisition will soon receive its third major patch. This latest update, Patch 1.03, is loaded with fixes for bugs that were preventing players from progressing through the medieval fantasy RPG.
Modders are making headway on Dragon Age: Inquisition, opening the game up for the eventual overhaul that budding creators and advanced modifiers will bring to the game. For now, there still appears to be restrictions on how the game can be modded, but one of the biggest hurdles have been overcome: the exporting of assets.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will continue to improve over time, courtesy of a number of patches planned by the BioWare team. The first of those updates (not including the day-one patch) launches today for most platforms, offering tweaks to stability, multiplayer and more.
A graphics comparison was recently let loose by YouTube outlet Candyland. They did a side-by-side look at the “low” and “ultra” settings on the PC version of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The results are pretty much what you might expect from an AAA game running the graphics on opposite ends of the visual spectrum.
If you can't wait for November 18th to roll around for Bioware's Dragon Age: Inquisition to launch, you no longer need to worry because it appears a new trailer is released for the game just about every other day, to keep the hype train alive.
If you're bored waiting for Dragon Age: Inquisition, BioWare just gave you something new to do. They've partnered with Failbetter Games to release a short game called Dragon Age: The Last Court.
BioWare recently invited a gamer to play one level from Mass Effect 4. What she didn't know, though, was that the invitation was part of an elaborate marriage proposal.
BioWare hasn't announced a PS4 or Xbox One version of the Mass Effect Trilogy yet. However, BioWare Edmonton and Montreal head Aaryn Flynn discussed some of the possible features that these remakes would include.
RPG fans won't need to wait until Dragon Age: Inquisition's launch date to read reviews of the game. The embargo for reviews will end well before the game's release date.
The latest trailer for the game focuses heavily on the consequence of choice and how players will have plenty of hard choices ahead of them throughout their journeys.
Dragon Age: Inquisition has gone gold on all consoles. Today BioWare announced that they've wrapped up four years of development for the medieval fantasy RPG.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is only about a month away from its Nov. 18 launch date and, in order to get all of your fans of swords and sorcery ready for the impending action, the team at BioWare have prepared a new cinematic trailer, called “The Hero of Thedas,” that manages to cram in all of the fantasy tropes you could ever hope for.
What I'm about to write in regards to the game not having a dedicated healer class is purely based on the information provided by a BioWare employee and not because I'm a hardcore Dragon Age player. With that little disclaimer out of the way, it's time to properly discuss exactly why Dragon Age: Inquisition doesn't have dedicated healers and how you can play the game without them.
Electronic Arts and BioWare have come forward to announce the official specs for Dragon Age: Inquisition on both the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 and they're exactly what you would expect from a proper multi-platform release: The Xbox One is 900p and the PS4 is 1080p.
BioWare provided an update on the PC version of Dragon Age: Inquisition this afternoon. They revealed the system requirements along with some screenshots of the game on that platform.