I have played through the Jaws of Hakkon when it was first released, and I thought it was okay. But I have finished playing The Descent for the first time just recently and I'm sure everyone else was just as amazed when they've beaten it as I was.
Whilst the Descent was a lot more lore-packed, the Jaws of Hakkon also had some interesting things in it.
I decided to write down my thoughts about implications of some of the events that took place in those DLCs. Obviously, there are spoilers for these two DLCs below. I have yet to play Tresspasser, so I would ask that if anyone comments spoilers for it, that you give a warning.
One thing JoH was heavy on were spirits and possession. So we've learnt that the Avvar gods are actually spirits in the F…
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If you are still one of those who did not acquire Dragon Age: Inquisition, or if you own the console version of it and want to give it a go on the PC, BioWare has news for you.
"Dragon Age: Inquisiton Trial" was just made available through Origin for free. The Trial version will let players enjoy six hours of the single player campaign of the game, and unlimited multiplayer, essentially making Inquisition's multiplayer a Free to Play. No news about such development for consoles.Read more >
If you were worried whether or not BioWare will release any additional content to Dragon Age: Inquisition any time soon, worry no more, for Mark Darrah confirmed DLC is in the works via his twitter.
If the official website is to be any indication, Xbox One and PC will get the new downloadable content or contents before Xbox 360, PS 3, and PS4, as the website states that "Premiere Add-On Content Coming to Console First on Xbox One".
No more details are known at the moment, and thus it is not known whether it will be a story-based DLC, or maybe more of an item pack.Read more >
BioWare, following the release of the cover of the upcoming Dragon Age: Inquisition, as well as a new trailer, have updated the game's website.
One of the new features includes an interactive map of Thedas, and a short timeline of events, which includes the most important events for the story of the game, such us the founding of Inquisition, Chantry, and the Mage-Templar War.
The website is available in ten languages including English.
The website also presented us with various other information about the game, and that includes the specialisations available. They have been added to the wiki since then and are as follows:
- Knight Enchanter
- Rift Mage
Some were …
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