Although the first story-driven DLC, “Jaws of Hakkon,” just released on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and PC, players are eager to play more. Luckily, the game’s creative director, Mike Laidlaw, confirmed that more single-player story content is forthcoming.
Days ago, Laidlaw posted a rather interesting update to his personal Twitter account. It seemed that the developer was working on something exciting and new for one of the games on which he works. The tweet fostered an interest in plenty of players curious about what Laidlaw was referencing.
“The past three days have been filled with that weird intensity that makes game dev kind of addictive. It’s a rush when things come together.”
Just minutes later, Laidlaw was directly questioned on the content he was so excited about. His reply was another confirmation of additional single-player content for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
“We’re not quite done with story content for DAI just yet.”
Even today, the creative director keeps teasing players with the upcoming story-driven DLC by stating that details or specifics cannot be given at the moment. It is safe to say that more downloadable content for the story of Dragon Age: Inquisition is imminent.
Unlike the several multiplayer DLCs released, single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition has a price. The first DLC, “Jaws of Hakkon,” cost $15, and it is probable that the next story-based DLC will share a similar fee. It is also likely that PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 users might have to wait longer than those on Xbox One and PC for the release of a new story DLC. After all, “Jaws of Hakkon” was released first on Xbox One and PC due to exclusivity deal with Microsoft while the remaining consoles received their release about a month later.
“Jaws of Hakkon” sent players to a new region where they encountered new enemies, found new items, unlocked more codex information, and learned about the last Inquisitor to lead the Inquisition. Although no details have been revealed about the next story DLC, players are likely to see a mixture of new content and an extension to the story of Dragon Age: Inquisition.
Back in April, the Inquisitr reported on Laidlaw hinting that more single-player DLC was planned after the release of “Jaws of Hakkon” and the Black Emporium. With the release of “Jaws of Hakkon” and the Black Emporium behind the developer, it seems new content is on the way for the Inquisitor and companions.
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