Dragon Age: Inquisition Latest News
Bioware has launchedfor Dragon Age: Inquisition fans, challenging them to create a magical item which might eventually be added as an in-game accessory in the fantasy RPG.
The studio has handed outof buffs and enhancements for the mechanical side of things, but everything else – lore, backstory, name and so on – is up to you. Just make it interesting.
Origin offers Dragon Age: Inquisition trial, with unlimited free multiplayer and six hours of story mode
If you've yet to try out Dragon Age: Inquisition's co-operative, monster-bashing multiplayer, you can do sofor free. Bioware has launched a trial version of its fantasy RPG, offering unlimited multiplayer and six hours of the singleplayer story mode.
has added a couple of new features to Dragon Age: Inquisition's multiplayer, one for veteran players and one for those who might not have given it a go yet.
First up is the Proving Grounds, which is basically a tutorial environment with a reduced difficulty level and a bunch of AI teammates to help you out. It's a guided experience designed to introduce players to the basics of co-op monster slaying.
has said there's more story DLC planned for Dragon Age: Inquisition after the Jaws of Hakkon, and thanks to a survey it seems the studio plans "a last adventure" that should help tie up some loose ends.
We'll be facing a new and terrifying threat, if the leak proves accurate, and take on "the one who started it all". It's rather ambiguous as to who this refers, but whoever it is we'll decide the "final fate of the Inquisition".
There's more trouble only an Inquisition can solve on the way from, as creative director Mike Laidlaw confirms they're not moving on from Dragon Age: Inquisition yet. Sadly there'll be no Hero of Ferelden dropping by.
Our original Dragon Age character "will not be appearing" in the Inquisition in person. The Jaws of Hakkon was the first major new story content from BioWare and looked to the Avvar tribes.