While Bioware has released multiple title updates for Dragon Age: Inquisition since the game launched late last year, the developer has remained silent regarding any news about the possible release of future add-on content. According to previous reports from the Inquisitr, Dragon Age: Inquisition Creative Director Mike Laidlaw simply told players that Bioware had not yet even confirmed whether they did have plans to release a true DLC for the game.
However, fans can now rest assured that there will indeed be more content coming to Dragon Age: Inquisition in the future after Bioware’s Mark Darrah announced that DLC is now officially in development. Darrah, who works as the executive producer for Dragon Age: Inquisition, tweeted to fans to confirm that Bioware is now working on the first DLC add-on.
However, the content is still too early in development for Bioware to reveal details on what exactly the upcoming add-on may contain. While specifics on what the the DLC will bring to the game are still unclear, Dragon Age fans can at least take comfort in knowing that there definitely will be additional downloadable content heading to Inquisition in the future.
Late last week, Dragon Age: Inquisition also earned Bioware some deserved recognition after the game was named the Game of the Year during the 18th Annual D.I.C.E. Awards. The third installment of the popular fantasy series also won the category of Best Role-Playing Game of the Year. According to a Gamespot report, Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah stated during the awards ceremony that the recent release of Inquisition was exemplary of everything that Bioware has always strived to accomplish in game development.
“I think really it’s both a return to form, a return to what Bioware did in its roots: exploration, story-telling, character development.”
Before this weekend’s reveal that Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC is now in development, Bioware already confirmed that they would continue to support the game’s new cooperative multiplayer mode with more features introduced through free title updates, similar to how the multiplayer for Mass Effect 3 was previously handled. This means that it is likely for the upcoming DLC add-on to focus on new single player content for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
While waiting on more DLC news, Dragon Age: Inquisition users can now download two new updates that were released this past week across all console platforms. Patch 3, which was previously made available to PC players, was joined by Patch 4 to fix a large number of bugs on both Xbox and PlayStation systems.
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