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In an official announcement, BioWare informs its users that they will close their Official Forums in August 26, 2016. In addition, the forums will remain in a read-only state until October 25, 2016, then they will be taken down.
Here is the full post:
- After great consideration, we are closing down the BioWare forums, effective August 26, 2016. The Star Wars: The Old Republic forums will continue to operate; however, our public boards for Dragon Age, Mass Effect, and legacy BioWare titles will no longer be available.
- This wasn’t an easy decision.
- Our players are important to us. Your feedback, stories, and love for our games drive and inspire us.
- In the past, our forums were the only way we could speak to you directly. They allowed our developers to talk with fans, and gave our players the opportunity to talk with each other about our games. But with the rise of social media and geek culture, there have never been more ways for us to connect.
- Now we can travel around the world, meeting with …
Some news: I must sadly announce that, after 17 years, today is my last day at BioWare. I'll miss my team, and wish everyone here the best. — David Gaider (@davidgaider) David Gaider's last day as a Writer at Bioware is today.
Gaider had been with BioWare since 1999, where he worked on franchises like Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic and Dragon Age.
Beyond story, he wrote some of the most memorable characters in BioWare games, including HK-47, Morrigan, Fenris, Cassandra Pentaghast, Carth Onasi and Alistair.
Gaider also wrote a number of Dragon Age-based novels and comics, and was a major influence on the plot and development of the Dragon Age franchise, including developing the breakout character of Inquisition, Dorian.
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Good News Everyone!
Following the release of issue #1 in December, issue #2 hit the shelves today.
For the first time in any Dragon Age game, book, etc., we are getting our first look at the Tevinter Imperium. That alone is enough to excite hardcore fans.
Set in the capitol city of Minrathous, the Magekiller series follows Marius and Tessa - a former slave and a Navarran elite, respectively - as they found a mercenary group that specializes in hunting down and killing mages. As some may know, the Tevinter Imperium is run by a mage-controlled government, so things will probably get dicey for the protagonists before series ends.
As far as where the series fits in the overall timeline, Magekiller picks up just before the events of Dragon Age: Inquisition and issue #2 (the current one) will end with the destruction of the Conclave, the event that sets the stage for Inquisition's main arc.
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Good News Everyone!
New Dragon Age from Bioware:
Before we hang our stockings by the chimney with care and settle down for a long winter's nap, we wanted to wish everyone the happiest of holidays. It's been an incredible year, and we're thrilled to have had you on this journey with us.
This holiday season is especially exciting because our friends at Dark Horse Comics have just launched Dragon Age: Magekiller #1, written by the amazing Greg Rucka. Magekiller will give readers a first look at Minrathous, the capital city of the Tevinter Imperium. If you've been itching for more Dragon Age lore, this new adventure in Thedas ought to satisfy your craving.
"Fall of the Magister" "Scout Lace Harding" "Inqu…
To celebrate its release, we've prepared a special holiday treat for you. For a limited time only, download Dragon Age: Inquisition – Songs of the Exalted Council from a desktop computer with our sincerest thanks. This collection features five new bard songs from the Trespasser DLC:
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BioWare have unveiled the GOTY edition for Dragon Age: Inquisition. It will be released on October 6, 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One! It includes all story and gameplay content released: Jaws of Hakkon, The Descent and Trespasser and more.Read more >
Agents, not since the siege of Kirkwall has Thedas seen such an aggressive display of power from the mighty Qunari. Though we don’t yet know the true motive behind their assault, make no mistake about it: the Qunari pose a serious threat, and they’re here in Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer.
Source: http://www.dragonage.com/en_US/news/the-qunari-have-arrived-in-multiplayer-mode?utm_campaign=da-social-na-ic-fb-social-na-ic-fb-new-mp-faction-prev-site-sust&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&sourceid=da-social-na-ic-fb-social-na-ic-fb-new-mp-faction-prev-site-sust&cid=43890&ts=1442345134067&sf40908783=1Read more >
Trespasser, the final story DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition has been released yesterday. (Apologies for the delay of this post)
It (seemingly) will finish up the story of The Inquisitor, or at least as an Playable character. The story will be set 2 years after Dragon Age: Inquisition's turbulous end, amidst scrutiny on the Inquisition by Ferelden, Orlais and the Andrastian Chantry while Qunari forces invade through the Eluvians..
Bioware has hinted that Solas makes an comeback as a character while you can utilise the crew you had at the end of Dragon Age: Inquisition (minus Solas).
It is released for the PC (on Origin), PS4 and Xbox One, and costs USD/EUR 14,99.Read more >
The following lists the changes and updates made to Dragon Age: Inquisition in Patch 10: 
Dragon Age™: Inquisition Patch 10
Fixed an issue that caused some creatures to require a higher number of items to complete their associated research.
Fixed an issue where “All New, Faded for Her” could disappear from the journal. Fixed an issue where dying in combat without a full party would not switch the camera focus to a follower.
Fixed an issue where some characters in Skyhold did not have a displayed name.
Fixed an issue where some requisitions tracked incorrect ingredients.
Fixed an issue where some schematics were using incorrect icons.
Fixed an issue that caused mosaic tiles to be offset from the wall in Skyhold.
Fixed an issue that caused the merchant in The Descent to purchase items from the player at a higher price than intended.
Fixed an issue that could cause brontos to not drop creature research items.
Fixed an issue that could cause Cole’s legs to appear inside out when certain armor is e…
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The pre-Trespasser patch is now live across the Xbox, Playstation and PC networks. Bioware has fixed some issues, changed some abilities and added some new features. For the offical patch list, view it here
With the patch also the trophies/achievements regarding Trespasser became available, although it (barely) gives away clues regarding the story of the DLC this time (although it seems likely it includes new game-options, akin to trials).
Below a list of the fixes/changes (fixes are official as well as the added new features, changes to abilities are as observed by RShepard227)
Warning: The patch might turn off friendly fire or vice versa. No definitive confirmation yet. If you notice it happens - go to the Menu, Options, Gameplay -> tick or untick Friendly Fire.
- Fixed an issue that caused some creatures to require a higher number of items to complete their associated research.
- Fixed an issue where “All New, Faded for Her” could disappear from the journal.
- Fixed an issue…
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BioWare revealed a few things in relation to Dragon Age: Inquisition at PAX today, with the main feature being new DLC arriving on September 8th for Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC with EA Access members benefitting from a 10% discount.
In addition to this, BioWare revealed they will be implementing a system, cutely named the Golden Nug, which happens to be similar to New Game Plus in some ways but different in others. It allows equipment and other items-- for example-- to be synchronised for future playthroughs; things like your 'potion recipes, tapestries, schematics' will be ready to be utilised in new playthroughs. This is beneficial for those who acquire schematics for example, through DLC, but want to exploit those items for their new Inquisitors. Although, do note, this feature will only be available after the main story is completed. Also, we will finally get a wardrobe for our Inquisitor allowing new casual costumes to be worn at Skyhold, which is undoubtedly long overdue!
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BioWare recently revealed that the Darkspawn faction has arrived for multiplayer in Dragon Age: Inquisition. The announcement includes an interview with producers from the multiplayer team: Blair Brown and Billy Buskell as well as designer: Luke Barrett.
"Note: Adding the darkspawn faction to multiplayer mode requires installing the latest content support patch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Be sure to do that before entering multiplayer."Read more >
A new patch has been released for Dragon Age: Inquisition ahead of the release of the next DLC installment titled "The Descent." Detailed information is here: 
Patch notes are as follows:
- Fixed an issue where resetting options of any category could also reset the game difficulty.
- Fixed an issue which could cause Multiplayer potions to be consumed if target mode was entered and cancelled.
- Fixed an issue which could cause the Yavanalis staff headpiece to not display in Multiplayer.
- Added a hot key for Salvage in Multiplayer.
- Fixed some issues that caused some localized text to not fit in their proper display areas.
- Fixed an issue that could cause XP and other stats to double in Multiplayer.
- [PC] Fixed an issue which could cause on-screen flickering when using AMD Crossfire dual GPU and Mantle.
- [Xbox One] Fixed unnecessary “online connection” popup at game launch
- [PS4] Fixed an issue which could cause the game to become unresponsive when losing connection while joining a full Multiplayer sessio…
Upon teasing a new DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition, BioWare have released a trailer, with a release date of 11 August 2015 for Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC; EA Access members will save 10%. "Descend into Dragon Age's deepest dungeon! In this story, a perilous journey through darkspawn-infested caverns awaits the Inquisition. Venture underground to solve one of Thedas’s greatest mysteries." What will be the secret that will shake the world to its core?
The DLC will be priced at $14.99.
Content for The Descent is available anytime after you reach Skyhold and will scale across levels. It is not set post-game.Read more >
Good News Everyone!
The Dragon Age: Inquisition feed is teasing a new announcement, displaying only this image and proclaiming
We're hearing reports of Increased seismic activity around Thedas...
For those who haven't noticed this is one of the cavern areas on the Storm Coast, several of which were involved in the Keeping the Darkspawn Down quest and previous twitter remarks have suggested that perhaps the next DLC is somehow centered around the Deep Roads and or Dwarves/Darkspawn. Hopefully we won't be waiting long to find out the truth behind this as there is a press conference for Gamescom tomorrow at 9am BST.
Source: http://www.gamereactor.eu/news/333873/Dragon+Age+announcement+teased/Read more >
A new pack of items has been released for Dragon Age: Inquisition, titled Spoils of the Qunari. The description of the DLC can be read on their official site as follows:
"Finally, a content pack that satisfies the demands of the Qun has arrived for Dragon Age: Inquisition! With the Spoils of the Qunari item pack, you can now proudly represent your dedication to discipline and bring a touch of Par Vollen style to your Inquisition. Personalize your game experience with new loot, crafting schematics, a massive warrior throne for Skyhold, and an armored war mount!
The Spoils of the Qunari item pack is available to download now on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 for $4.99. Learn more about it here."Read more >