'While BioWare is remaining tight lipped about continued work on Dragon Age: Inquisition, it looks like fans of the popular role-playing franchise still have something to look forward to after the title’s first DLC lands on all remaining platforms after releasing on the Xbox One and PC earlier this year as a timed exclusive. Giving fans hope for continued support for the game, Dragon Age: Inquisition creative director Mike Laidlaw confirmed on Twitter that the team still has plans to continue developing content for the title in the future.
Unfortunately, Laidlaw couldn’t go into details about exactly what is being worked on. For now, Dragon Age: Inquisition fans will simply have to take comfort in knowing that BioWare still has something th…Read more >
Dragon Age: Inquisition executive producer Mark Darrah confirmed on his personal Twitter account that the Black Emporium is expected to launch towards the beginning of May.
Providing further details on the Black Emporium update, Darrah also confirmed that the upcoming features will absolutely be offered to existing Dragon Age: Inquisition players as a free download.
Many Dragon Age: Inquisition fans initially thought that the Black Emporium was intended to be included as part of Patch 5. So when that update released without the Emporium, some users were upset by its absence. The confusion stemmed from the fact that BioWare first announced the Black Emporium alongside all Patch 5 content for the new PC beta program.
However, the developer late…Read more >