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If you’ve been enjoying the awesomeness that is Dragon Age Inquisition like I have, you’ve probably noticed a few bugs that got in the way of enjoying the game to the fullest. Now, let us rejoice for a major Dragon Age Inquisition update is now live for the PC, PS3, PS4, and Xbox360 platforms!

[box type=”shadow”]There’s a LOT of changes and fixes but here are some that REALLY caught my eye:

Increased duration that search highlights things, and added highlighted items to radar while they are highlighted. (Oooh yesss, you can’t believe how much I’ve wanted this!)

[PC] Added ability to rotate character models with the mouse in UI’s that show character models.
(Finally, I can see the visual changes to the fullest when changing gear)

[PS3] Increased number of save slots to 30

[PS4] Increased number of save slots to 50
(Moar save slots is always good :D)

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For a full list of the patch notes, you can check out Bioware’s post HERE

According to Bioware, this isn’t the last update as well. Scylla Costa, producer on Dragon Age: Inquisition, mentions on this post that beyond this patch, they’ll continue to release patches that focus on gameplay improvements. Some improvements and fixes are already lined up for the next patch along with some content requested by the community. Not only that, she goes on to say:

“As massive as Dragon Age: Inquisition already is, there were some things the team wanted to get in at launch, but we just ran out of time. We’ll be creating these new features and content and adding them into your game over time because we love our DAI players. Multiplayer will also be receiving regular content updates.”

Personally, I like how much care they’re giving to the game as they continuously evolve the gameplay with new content. Kudos to Bioware!

If you haven’t already, download the update now and enjoy the new patch! It’s live right now so go for it and watch your journey in Thedas become even more interesting. ☺

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