Having just announced that they were working on the third and final story-driven DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition weeks before, BioWare has now fully wrapped up the game’s narrative with the launch of the new Trespasser add-on. The Inquisitr reported earlier this week that the last single player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition is out now across all current-gen platforms after the developer announced that Trespasser is now available for download on the Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC.
However, just because the single player adventure of the fantasy title has come to a close doesn’t mean that BioWare is finished with the game just yet. Following the launch of this week’s new DLC pack, Dragon Age: Inquisition creative director Mike Laidlaw confirmed via his personal Twitter account that the studio plans to release more content for game’s online co-op matches in the future.
@teddiesage This concludes DA:I, except for some MP items like challenges.
— Mike Laidlaw (@Mike_Laidlaw) September 8, 2015
Since Dragon Age: Inquisition first launched late last year, BioWare has already added several add-ons specifically for the game’s online multiplayer mode. Unlike the game’s story DLC, however, all new multiplayer content for Dragon Age: Inquisition has so far been delivered to players for free.
Like all new features for Dragon Age: Inquisition, fans playing on the Xbox 360 and PS3 won’t likely see any of the upcoming multiplayer content. Earlier this year, BioWare was forced to drop support for last-gen consoles due to hardware limitations. Unfortunately, this meant that the older systems won’t be getting the final story content for the game either as the dated platforms have simply run out of memory to allow any additional features.
The Trespasser DLC picks up where the main storyline left off in Dragon Age: Inquisition. The add-on takes place two years after the game’s original ending and gives fans insight on how their actions have affected the world of Thedas in that time. Simply put, not everyone is happy with how the formation of the Inquisition and players are going to have to fight these opposing forces. Since the DLC takes place after the events of the game, users can’t begin the DLC unlit they have beaten Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s primary campaign.
BioWare is also trying to give fans additional ways to enjoy Dragon Age: Inquisition. Following the initial launch of the game, the developer released downloadable tracks of the game’s score. Now that three DLC packs have introduced even more original music, Dragon Age executive producer Mark Darrah tweeted that the studio is currently trying to release downloadable versions of all of the new DLC tracks as well.
We are looking into ways to get all of the music from all three DLC’s available for download. Nothing to announce at this time
— Mark Darrah (@BioMarkDarrah) September 9, 2015
Do you plan to continue to play Dragon Age: Inquisition‘s multiplayer or do you enjoy the series only for the story?
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