Dragon Age Inquisition Upcoming DLC to Feature the Return of Darkspawn

BioWare’s popular role-playing game, “Dragon Age: Inquisition” continues to offer more to avid gamers as its latest DLC will be available in gaming consoles PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the PC on August 11. Fans were definitely taken by surprise by the news of the latest DLC to the game. While they were expecting a new DLC for the game, they were not expecting that it would be announced a week before its release because that is not how BioWare normally does it.

Gamespot reports that the second downloadable content of the game titled ‘The Descent’ will venture into the dark dungeons of Deep Roads once again. Players will be on a mission to find out what’s behind the cryptic earthquakes rocking Thedas, which ultimately leaves its land and people in peril. ‘The Descent’ will once more allow gamers to encounter the game’s oldest and possibly scariest foe to date, Darkspawn, as the Deep Roads serves as the monster’s home.

Although no price have yet been announced regarding the newest downloadable content for “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” players assume that it will cost about $14.99, more or less, similar to that of the previous DLCs.

The Inquisitr clarifies that the second DLC will be coming to the two gaming consoles and the PC simultaneously on August 11. The news is of specific interest to PS4 owners who had to wait for at least a month before they got hold of the first campaign DLC which was heavily due to a timed exclusivity contract between Microsoft and EA, the game publisher.

On the game’s official website, developers tease that the latest DLC will challenge the Inquisition like never before. It adds that players should come prepared before entering the legendary Deep Roads for a perilous adventure definitely awaits them underground.

The Canadian video developer also uploaded a trailer for the latest DLC on the official YouTube channel of “Dragon Age: Inqusition.” The two-minute trailer shows more story content to the franchise arleady rich in narrative. Players will venture the infested dungeon where they will try their best to defeat the horrible creatures they come across. Players will also encounter new characters and a secret that will shake the world to its core is also up ahead for those journeying ‘The Descent.’

Players will be able to access the upcoming DLC once they have reached Skyhold in the main storyline. Just like the game’s first DLC, ‘The Descent’ can be played after they have hurdled the single-player campaign of “Dragon Age: Inquisition.” But unlike the previous add-on, the second DLC will have no timed exclusivity for the PC and Xbox One users.

There is another good news for fans and players of the game as TechTimes reports that the full version of “Dragon Age: Inquisition” is now available in the EA Access’ vault. EA’s subscription service is available only for Xbox One gaming platforms and users can access games on its line-up for $4.99 per month or $29.99 for a year. Members of EA Access will also be able to avail of ‘The Descent’ DLC at 10% off its regular price when it comes out on August 11. The EA Access library now boasts of 13 games in its line up including “FIFA 15,” “Titanfall,” “Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare,” among others.

Players can also expect more from “Dragon Age: Inquisition” as executive producer Mark Darrah has long stated that BioWare is already working on additional story-based content for the game. Speaking to Inquisitr, Darrah confirmed that more DLCs will be coming to the popular video game.

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“Dragon Age: Inquisition” is the third installment to the fantasy role-playing game in the “Dragon Age” series by BioWare. The first main game, “Dragon Age: Origins” was released in 2009 and was further developed to spawn eight DLCs, an expansion pack, and an ultimate edition. Its sequel, “Dragon Age II” was released in 2011 and comes with four DLCs. “Dragon Age: Inquisition” was released in November last year. All three games were well-received by gamers and released to critical acclaims.

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  1. The 2nd game was not well received. The 3rd game has been critiqued for pushing a social agenda. The only flawless and critically acclaimed one was the first game.

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