Wrapping up a series of in-game multiplayer events that have been going on inside Dragon Age: Inquisition over the course of the past week, BioWare has reminded players on the game’s official Twitter account that time is running out for those wanting to take part in the online challenge. Not wanting anyone to be left out, the developer warned fans that the Dragon Age: Inquisition summer event will conclude at the end of this holiday weekend.
— Dragon Age (@dragonage) July 3, 2015
Detailing the goals of the challenge on the Dragon Age: Inquisition website, users that wish to test their skills in this week’s in-game challenge will have to survive through various multiplayer matches. The event will ask players to fight their way through every kind of enemy type that can be found within the game. Dragon Age: Inquisition players will also have to make use of each class and weapon throughout the summer challenge.
“All hell is breaking loose in Thedas, and the Inquisition needs your help! From June 26 – July 6, you’ll be faced with a series of challenges: Survive matches without dying, accumulate match points, kill all manner of demons, Venatori, and red templars, slay dragons, and use every weapon you can get your hands on!”
Those who successfully complete the challenge will receive a bonus loot chest containing a selection of gear to use inside the Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer mode. Furthermore, if enough players manage to finish the event goals on each platform, then a special community-wide Victory Chest will be given to all players who participated. This secondary reward offer Dragon Age: Inquisition fans with even more in-game loot. Gamers have through the remainder of the weekend to complete the challenges since the event is scheduled to end early on Monday morning.
As the Inquisitr reported at the start of the current multiplayer challenge, Dragon Age: Inquisition creative director Mike Laidlaw recently confirmed that more downloadable content for the game is currently being planned. Laidlaw couldn’t comment on what the DLC would entail or when it is expected to be released, but did reassure fans that more content is definitely on the way.
Since BioWare isn’t ready to talk about the next DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition, it is unclear whether the add-on will add to the title’s story campaign like “Jaws of Hakkon” or feature more multiplayer content similar to the “Dragonslayer” DLC.
Have you tried the multiplayer mode of Dragon Age: Inquisition or do you exclusively play the game for the single-player story experience?
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