‘Dragon Age: Inquisition’ Single Player Patch Close To Release, Bioware Looking Into Ways To Allow Players To Edit Character Appearance

Exercising more silence than usual after returning to work from their holiday break, members of Bioware's Dragon Age: Inquisition team are now beginning to become vocal again as they reveal what they plan to do next to help improve their recently released fantasy title. Reassuring fans that the developer is working on removing more bugs from the game, Dragon Age: Inquisition Executive Producer Mark Darrah announced from his on Twitter account on Friday that the title's third update patch is very close to being finished.

However, Darrah didn't reveal exactly what fixes are expected to be included within the upcoming third patch for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The game's executive producer merely confirmed that it is nearly done, and that they will release additional information on the patch once they know exactly what it will contain.

"The next patch is close. Once we have it locked we will have more details."
While the exact contents of the third Dragon Age: Inquisition patch are currently unknown, Darrah did offer a clue on what area of the game the update will focus on. Offering clarity on the upcoming bug fixes, the Dragon Age executive producer confirmed to fans that the update will primarily focus on issues found within Dragon Age: Inquistion's single player campaign mode.

Dragon Age: Inquisition
Dragon Age: Inquisition

That doesn't mean that fans of the game's new online multiplayer mode shouldn't expect to see some improvements from the upcoming patch however. Darrah also admitted that the update will address issues that players are experiencing within Dragon Age: Inquisition's cooperative matches. In fact, as the Inquisitr previously reported, the first details shared about the game's next patch is that the update will fix the key drop issues that can prevent some users from progressing through certain multiplayer sessions.

Beyond discussing the third patch for Dragon Age: Inquisition, Mark Darrah also announced that the development team is actively looking for a way to allow players to alter their character's appearance inside Dragon Age: Inquisition. At this time, the only time that users can modify the Inquisitor's physical looks is during initial character creation. Bioware is now hoping to add a new feature to the game that will give fans the option to further edit their facial features at any time.

Dragon Age: Inquisition is out now on Xbox One, Xbox 360, Playstation 4, Playstation 3, and PC. The game's third patch will soon be available for all platforms. What bugs do you hope are fixed with the upcoming update?

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