Free New Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC Revealed for May
New single-player and multiplayer content coming soon.
Electronic Arts has revealed two new pieces of downloadable content that are coming for free to Dragon Age: Inquisition next week.
The first of these is called The Black Emporium. It's described by developer BioWare as a "premiere shopping destination" where you'll be able to purchase new weapons, accessories, crafting materials, and rare items from Xenon the Antiquarian.
The store also houses something called the Mirror of Transformation, which will allow you to change your character's facial features. Additionally, the DLC offers two new thrones for Skyhold that can only be unlocked by those who played Dragon Age: Origins or Dragon Age II.
Inquisition's other new free DLC pack is an expansion for multiplayer called Dragonslayer. It will allow you to craft an item called the Dragon's Call, which, as you'd expect, allows you to face off against various dragons. The DLC also adds a new Ferelden castle and three new agents: Isabela, Skywatcher, and Zither: The Virtuoso (who was originally revealed as an April Fools' Day joke on the game's website).
BioWare also announced today that PS4, PS3, and Xbox 360 players will finally be able to get their hands on the Jaws of Hakkon DLC this month when it's released on May 26. This was available as a timed exclusive on Xbox One and PC.
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