Dragon Age Inquisition is getting a Game of the Year edition, which will include DLC released for Bioware’s sprawling RPG. Look for it on October 6th.
The longer a game is, the harder it is to end it. The more sprawling the cast, the trickier it is to give its actors closure. The looser the dangling plot threads, the tougher to tie them up.
So you and your companions saved the continent of Thedas from certain doom. What have you done for them lately? Find out in September 8’s Trespasser, a downloadable epilogue for Dragon Age: Inquisition that picks up two years after the main story ends.
While its other qualities may be less evenly distributed, I can say this about the new Dragon Age: Inquisition expansion The Descent: The title is accurate. You spend the whole thing going down, down, down.
If you slam your staff into the ground so hard that lightning shoots out of it, it should probably feel pretty powerful, you know?
The next major Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC is coming sooner than you think: August 11. That’s next week! To prevent a series of earthquakes, your party heads underground to discover a secret about the Darkspawn. There’s no exclusivity shenanigans this time, either.
In the last half a year or so, we’ve gotten not one but two epic western fantasy RPGs in the form of Dragon Age: Inquisition and The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. It’s only natural that we’d want to compare them.
Good news: there’s new DLC on the way for BioWare’s giant-sized fantasy RPG. Bad news: it will only be playable on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Seems like the adventure’s over for last-gen console owners.
Patrik Karlsson is a veteran character artist who has worked on games like Syndicate, Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons, Darkness and Riddick. Here, though, we’re looking at his work on Dragon Age: Inquisition.
New dragons, familiar faces, and no $$$ required to enjoy it? Sounds pretty damn rad to me.
Three top people from BioWare, one of the world's most acclaimed RPG studios, are here to answer your questions this afternoon.
There's some new Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC out today, as you may have heard. It's called "Jaws of Hakkon" and you can get it for Xbox One, PC, and... well, that's it. Did you play Dragon Age on PlayStation 4? Sorry. No DLC for you this week.
The first single-player downloadable content for Dragon Age: Inquisition will be out tomorrow, Kotaku has confirmed. Well, unless you're on PlayStation. Then you'll have to wait a while.
Up until very recently, there was something hidden in Dragon Age: Inquisition that nobody knew about. That is, until an alleged Bioware developer leaked part of the secret to some players.
Origin is updating the hell out of this guy's copy of Dragon Age: Inquisition. Hopefully Redditor theadventuringpanda will let us all know how the next game is once it's done.
And you can get all up in this one's face thanks to Block_Fortress' Minecraft map.
Just a year before it came out, Dragon Age: Inquisition looked very different. And I'm not just talking about trivial things—UI changes, line tweaks—what we saw in 2013 was almost an entirely different game than what we saw last year.
So you left the sprawling beginning area of the latest Dragon Age. Closed lots of breaches. Collected hella herbs. Read as much lore as you could stomach. Puzzled over its ending. Thought you were done? Watch this fan-cut trailer and you'll roll a new character and jump back in.