Dragon Age: Inquisition will get its second major slice of downloadable content next week with the launch of The Descent.
Unlike with the last add-on, Jaws of Hakkon, there is no timed-exclusivity for PC and Xbox One.
The Descent arrives on 11th August for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (so that will be 12th August for PlayStation 4 in Europe when the PlayStation Store updates here).
As previously announced, PS3 and Xbox 360 are not being supported with new Inquisition DLC.
The new story chapter will see you venture underground into the Deep Roads to fight Darkspawn and uncover some kind of world-changing secret. Oooh!
This does not sound like the epilogue DLC, details of which were recently leaked online. So on the downside, we're unlikely to get more closure just yet on Inquisition's ending. But on the upside, there's The Descent to explore first before that comes later.
The Descent's release is timely - Dragon Age: Inquisition has just been added to the EA Access subscription service on Xbox One.
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