BioWare has this week released a new update to its award winning Dragon Age Inquisition role-playing game and has finally added the much requested item storage enhancements.
The latest Dragon Age Inquisition beta patch, that takes the form of number five, will be first rolled out to PC players and BioWare is offering the ability for PC gamers to opt in via the Dragon Age Keep website.
As part of the new beta gamers will have access to the new Black Emporium, that takes the form of a mysterious underground shop. Within the shop players have access to powerful artefacts and tools to aid their cause and customise their character.
In the shop players can purchase epic weapons, powerful accessories, new crafting materials and schematics, and even change their voice and facial appearance using the Mirror of Transformation. BioWare explains a little more bout the latest beta patch :
“We want to open up our upcoming Patch 5 to a select group of PC players via signup in a closed, developer-like environment. This not only allows us to more quickly identify and respond to future issues, but gives our developers a great, new way to work directly with our players. Patch 5 will be the biggest patch we’ve released to date, and it addresses a number of key concerns for our community.”
For more information on the new Dragon Age Inquisition beta patch jump over to the BioWare website for details via the link below.
Source: BioWareFiled Under: Gaming News, Playstation, Top News, Xbox