The newest title update for Dragon Age: Inquisition was deployed across all platforms early this morning. Providing clarity on what has been changed, the developer released the full patch notes for today’s new Dragon Age: Inquisition update on the official BioWare blog.
Unlike the previous patch, which added actual content such as party storage and armor dyes to Dragon Age: Inquisition, Patch 6 mostly applies several bug fixes to the game to improve overall stability. There were also several changes made to the mouse controls to tweak performance on the PC version of the game. Other improvements fixed bugs that were discovered in single player quests, and multiplayer chests.
The full change log detailing Patch 6 for Dragon Age: Inquisition is listed below.
- [PC] Enabled binding of additional mouse buttons for mice with more than two buttons.
- [PC] Fixed issue that caused abilities to not be usable in tactical mode when using mouse look toggle.
- [PC] Fixed issue that caused mouse look toggle to turn off during looting.
- [PC] Fixed issue that prevented resurrecting characters who had died in deep water.
- [PC] Fixed issue that could cause the journal to act in unexpected ways when expanding categories with the mouse.
- Improved stability.
- Changed Solas’s quest “What Lies Dormant” to trigger when reading the after-action report for “Measure Veil Strength” instead of when the time completes.
- Fixed issue that could break the “Perseverance” quest in certain circumstances.
- Fixed case where the GUI did not come back after opting out of light conversations in certain circumstances.
- Adjusted position of mosaic pieces for “The Fall” so they can all be collected.
- Fixed issue that caused some dragonlings in the Hinterlands to become non-hostile when the dragon was killed.
- Fixed issue that caused the cave opened by the Abyssal High Dragon to become closed again in certain circumstances.
- Buffed the Katari multiplayer kit slightly so that it has more HP and generates guard on hit.
- Fixed issue where Shatter and Rupture combos would be reported twice in multiplayer session stats.
- Made change to prevent players from salvaging items that are equipped by other character kits in multiplayer.
As some will notice, the Black Emporium is still now part of Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s Patch 6, Many thought that the new features that will give players the ability to further customize their characters would be introduced in the game’s previous title update since the it was announced alongside Patch 5. However, as reported by the Inquisitr, BioWare later made it clear that the Black Emporium was never intended to be a part of any specific update for Dragon Age: Inquisition.
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