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BioWare and Electronic Arts put together an entire pitch page to announce the GOTY edition of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The award winning game and critically acclaimed title's Game of the Year edition will include all of the pre-released DLC and plenty of extras, fixes and updates.
Nearly a year after Dragon Age: Inquisition launched and the game is still getting a regular supply of DLC. That steady flow of content will be coming to a halt soon, however, as the team at BioWare announces the upcoming Trespasser update will bring the story to a close.
Dragon Age: Inquisition players have a new single-player advenure to embark on today. The Descent will take players into the Deep Roads, Thedas' treacherous underground caverns.
Today, Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent was announced, a brand-new single-player campaign add-on for the BioWare RPG that takes players below the surface of Thedas.
BioWare has revealed that Dragon Age: Inquisition won't receive any future DLC on PS3 or Xbox 360. However, they're now offering a way for those gamers to continue their adventure on PS4 or Xbox One.
Dragon Age: Inquisition is primed to receive a brand new batch of DLC soon, giving players more places to explore and more winged beasts to slay than ever before. The new content is called “Dragonslayer” and, as an added bonus, it’ll be made available across all platforms free of charge.
Dragon Age: Inquisition's first single-player DLC has arrived. Jaws of Hakkon is available on both PC and Xbox One starting today.
The second annual SXSW Gaming Awards were held at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas last night. The winners list for the 21 awards shouldn't surprise you too much.
Dragon Age: Inquisition's next major patch won't just fix bugs. Instead, BioWare wants to introduce some free content to the medieval RPG.
Awards season is still alive and well in the world of video games with the 18th Annual D.I.C.E. Awards dishing out another batch of congratulatory hardware to games like Dragon Age: Inquisition, Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor and Destiny during a presentation ceremony Thursday evening, Feb. 5.
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.
BioWare learned its lesson from Dragon Age 2. They make this point as early as Dragon Age: Inquisition's character creation. Your choices are no longer limited to male Hawke or female Hawke. You can become a human, elf, dwarf, or qunari and then tweak every little physical detail of this hero. The custom introduction missions of Dragon Age: Origins haven't returned but BioWare's bringing the series back to its original vision of player-driven fantasy adventures.
Dragon Age: Inquisition won't officially launch until next week. However, Xbox One owners can start playing the game right now.