Starting today, Dragon Age: Inquisition fans can download the first two DLC add-ons released for Bioware’s latest installment of their popular fantasy franchise. The developer announced via their official Twitter account that multiple content packs were made available for Dragon Age: Inquisition earlier today.
Further detailing both DLC packs, Bioware explained each add-on individually on the Dragon Age website. The free multiplayer DLC, titled Destruction, adds new paths for multiplayer matches. The Elven Ruins, Orlesian Chateau, and Tevinter Ruins will all receive new areas with the update, as well as roaming creatures. These animals are often aggressive toward players and other enemies found on the map. Players on the Xbox One and Xbox 360 can download the DLC over Xbox Live. Playstation 4 and Playstation 3 owners can, of course, pick it up through the Playstation Store. Finally, Dragon Age: Inquisition gamers on PC can find the free Destruction DLC Origin. The download is just over 700 MB across all systems.
There is also a DLC out now for those enjoying the single player campaign. The Deluxe Upgrade is available now for $9.99 and adds a number of things to the main story campaign of the game. Many of the aspects of the Deluxe Upgrade are purely aesthetic; however, some weapons and armor are incorporated. The DLC includes a new throne for Skyhold, three new mounts to make journeys across Thedas a little quicker, a digital copy of the soundtrack, multiplayer chests, and more.
This paid DLC also includes the “Flames of the Inquisition” Weapons and the “Flames of the Inquisition” Armor additions. Players will start with the weapon for their class when starting off in Haven; however, schematics for the weapons and all of the armor can be found in Skyhold. These weapons and sets of armor are unique and cannot be found in the game naturally.
This content was previously accessible only to those that bought Dragon Age: Inquisition Deluxe Edition or the Dragon Age: Inquisition Digital Deluxe Edition. These editions were $69.99, so the $9.99 price to upgrade a $59.99 base edition of the game is no more expensive.
TheInquisitr recently reported on the first post-launch patch for Dragon Age: Inquisition that fixed many single player and multiplayer bugs and issues. General stability was improved while many host-specific problems for multiplayer were fixed. Not to mention, the absence of party banter was addressed, explained, and will likely be increased with another patch at a later date.
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