Dragon Age: Inquisition Articles
Mike Laidlaw is is leaving BioWare after fourteen years with the company. He had an instrumental part in the development of Jade Empire, Mass Effect and most notably in the Dragon Age series. He offers no explanation about where he's headed, though he says that he plans to "reconnect with all the amazing games and worlds that my peers have created". What this means for Dragon Age remains unknown though he expressed confidence that the world "we've created together is in good hands".
As with the announcement of Mass Effect media coming out next year, Dragon Age will also see a new comic series, Knight Errant, will be released in May 2017 with an adult coloring book coming in February 2017.
One of the iconic images from Dragon Age: Inquisition is the sword born by the player character at the moment they are installed as head of the Inquisition. Bioware worked with Shawn Cunningham of Front Step Forge to recreate this amazing weapon. Check it out!
David Gaider, principal lead writer on the Dragon Age series and instrumental in the creation of one of the first openly gay characters in gaming, has announced his departure from Bioware after nearly two decades. Gaider started his career on the Baldur's Gate series, worked on Knights of the Old Republic all the way through the Dragon Age series.
Bioware and Dark Horse Comics have announced that the first issue in a new series of Dragon Age comics is now available for digital and physical purchase. Called Dragon Age: Magekiller, this latest series will tell a story of Tessa and Marius, mercenaries hunting those who use blood magic.
With the release of the Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC, Trespasser, a couple of weeks ago and the announcement of the definitive Game of the Year Edition earlier this week, it is clear that DA:I is a finished product. We had the opportunity to talk with Dragon Age Lead Designer Mike Laidlaw about Trespasser, the (possible) future of the franchise and more. See what he had to say in our exclusive interview.
Bioware and EA have announced that a new Dragon Age: Inquisition Definitive Game of the Year Edition will be sold that will contain the base game along with all three DLC: Descent, Jaws of Hakkon and Trespasser. The price has yet to be revealed, nor is it present on the Dragon Age site but we will keep you posted.
Dragon Age: Inquisition Trespasser is designed to give players a sense of closure from a story perspective and to give the ‘team’ one last epic romp through Thedas, complete with pithy commentary, moving personalized dialog and a chance to say goodbye to these wonderfully flawed companions Inquisitors have spent literally hundreds of hours with over the course of the game.
The Bioware team will be on hand for a special release day live stream event to show off the Trespasser DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The event will take place on the Bioware Twitch.tv channel at 10:00 am Pacific / 1:00 pm Eastern.
Decide the fate of the Inquisition in this exciting, final single-player DLC! In this epilogue story, two years have passed, and the Inquisition is needed once again. Reunite your team. Stop the Qunari threat. Define your legacy. Dragon Age: Inquisition â€“ Trespasser releases on September 8, 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One! EA Access members save 10%.
EA Spain has posted a trailer for the next Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC that will be released on September 8th. Called "Trespasser", the content takes place two years after the main story, the Inquisitor is slowly being killed by the mark and the world is falling apart. The trailer has been set to private pending the live stream later this afternoon. We'll keep you posted in about five hours.
The original launch version of Dragon Age: Inquisition had much of what fans of the franchise were looking for. There were the open zones and the interesting and chatty group of companions. Inquisition had huge plot-shaking fights with evil dragons, and small sweet moments with friends around the card table. There was one area, though, where the game fell short: Dwarves. Uh, no pun intended.
Fans of Dragon Age: Inquisition can now get their hands on the second DLC for the game. Called "The Descent", the journey will take the Inquisitor and party to the Deeproads to investigate a series of seismic events and the return of the Darkspawn. The DLC runs $14.99 and is available for all platforms.
Bioware has revealed a brand new trailer for Dragon Age: Inquisition that is scheduled to be released on August 11th. Called The Descent, the DLC takes the Inquisitor and party into the Deep Roads to confront the Darkspawn.
The Dragon Age Facebook page has been updated with a new screen from Dragon Age: Inquisition and the text "We're hearing reports of Increased seismic activity around Thedas...". It is possible that a new DLC is being teased that could be announced during tomorrow's EA press conference from Gamescom.