Posted Sun May 3, 2015 at 07:53 AM PDT by Justin Clark
All sorts of new content coming to all platforms in May
When it rains, it pours for 'Dragon Age: Inquisition' players looking for new content. The first bit of good news is that after two months of Xbox One/PC exclusivity, the first story DLC, 'Jaws of Hakkon', will be released on PS4, PS3, and 360 on May 26th. It'll cost the same as its Microsoft counterpart.
This would be cause enough to celebrate, but wait, there's more: In case a whole month is a little too long to wait, Bioware is also releasing two brand spanking new FREE DLC packs this coming Tuesday. The first pack will give you access to the Black Emporium, a high-end shop which first showed up as DLC for 'Dragon Age II', run by a quirky fellow named Xenon the Antiquarian. Some of the best gear in 'DA II' could be found here, as well as a special mirror which allows you to change your character's facial features again. No reason to expect the 'Inquisition' version would be any different.
The second pack is a multiplayer expansion called 'Dragonslayer' in which, yep, you're slaying dragons all day, every day. The pack will also give you a new Ferelden castle, and three new agents: Isabela, Skywatcher, and April Fools character Zither The Virtuoso. Did we mention both packs are free? That part's the best. There's also none of this timed exclusivity madness, and the packs will be available on every platform across the board on the same day. The rightful balance is restored.
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