Dragon Age: Inquisition’s New Patch and Final DLC
Dragon Age: Inquisition is looking to get some exciting new DLC and content in the form of a new patch, and the game’s final downloadable story content. All of these will be made available for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One editions of the game.
First off, the newest patch is going to offer what is called the Golden Nug – this will specifically allow a “sync” of collectibles across gameplays. The contingencies are that it be initiated with a post-game character, that the player be online, and that all playthroughs be on the same platform.
The Golden Nug statue will be accessible in the Skyhold Undercroft station which will allow carryover of crafting schematics (including those from DLC packs), potion recipes (though not upgrades), mounts, and decorations for Skyhold. It is, in a sense, a way of easing New Game+-like carryover without necessarily mandating New Game+.
There will also be a wardrobe inserted into Skyhold with a dozen new outfits of greater variety, offering gamers to dress their PC up in more than just the default beige.
Meanwhile, the final story content is coming in the form of ‘Trespasser’ – an upcoming DLC that will take place two years after the main story and explore what the Inquisition does when not having to save the world in a series-first epilogue. More importantly, it will allow gamers to determine the fate of the Inquisition itself, as well as hint at what the future holds for Thedas.
The patch’s content will come free-of-charge, while the final DLC – as with previous story content – will cost money. Look for more details coming out of PAX Prime.
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