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.
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.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will officially launch on November 18th. However, there's a way to start playing the medieval RPG several days before that.
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 launching soon and players can get ready for its release with a free program from BioWare called Dragon Age Keep. This program enables players to carry over their decisions from Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age 2.
The ESRB has published their description of Dragon Age: Inquisition. You may want to pour yourself some red wine and light a candle before reading it.
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.
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.
Dragon Age: Inquisition will have four-player cooperative play like Mass Effect 3. However, the player count seems to be the only similarity between the two games' multiplayer modes.