New Dragon Age: Inquisition Images Point to DLC Expansion
Publisher EA yet to announce add-on, but screenshots arrive early.
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A listing of several new Dragon Age: Inquisition achievements has emerged online, offering suggestions into what the game's next DLC could bring.
Although publisher Electronic Arts has yet to confirm a new DLC expansion for the highly acclaimed action-RPG, the data miners at XboxAchivements.com have found four new achievement descriptions, supplied with new art for the game.
Possible spoilers follow.
The first achievement, called Firestarter, is unlocked if players manage to "destroy all the Winter Shards and light all the fires in the Old Temple". The reward is 15 gamerscore points.
Next is a 30-Gamerscore achievement called Legend-Marked, which is earned for "impressing the Avvar of Stone-Bear Hold and gain their friendship."
The third, called Historian, is another 30-Gamerscore reward, unlocked if players can "Uncover the secrets of a legendary figure."
Meanwhile, the fourth achievement, titled Winter's End, is equally ambiguous. It comes with 90 Gamerscore points and is earned when players "dispel a myth of ancient days."
Dragon Age: Inquisition was a contender for GameSpot's game of the year. Critic Kevin VanOrd wrote in his review that the BioWare project was "a wonderful game and a lengthy pilgrimage to a magical world with vital thematic ties to one we already know."
The game shipped in November 2014 for consoles and PC. Although an official sales number has not been announced, publisher Electronic Arts says the game is BioWare's most successful launch, in terms of units sold, in the developer's history.
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