Dragon Age: Inquisition Brings Personalization to a Whole Different Level, Spoils of Avvar DLC Unveiled, Tips and Trick to Help You Survive, More Details

The latest DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition, titled ‘Spoils of Avvar’, released last week. When it comes to personalization, no one does it better than the Dragon Age franchise and the DLC just goes on to prove it.

The latest DLC features a list of five different beasts that can now be mounted to ride across Thedas, along with the Avvad Mountain Pack. The DLC is further equipped with two sets of unique armor along with additional schematics, which lends an instant advantage against the competitors.

‘Spoils of Avvar’ is available to gamers across different platforms, including the PC, PS3 and the Xbox twins. BioWare has priced the DLC at $5, which making it easily accessible to gamers. Hence, if you’re looking for an update to Dragon Age: Inquisition, get your hands on a copy of Spoils of Avvar!

Rumors claim that BioWare is currently working on an upgrade patch for Dragon Age: Inquisition, which should be available in the market soon. This is likely to give gamers a new sense of excitement soon!

Dragon Age: Inquisition is considered to be ‘the best Role Playing Game of 2014’ and in a report published this year, experts believe that this venture from BioWare wins hands down when it comes to RPGs! Dragon Age: Inquisition has raised the bar when it comes to expectations, and the pressure is not on BioWare to surpass the present standards in the fufure!

Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third installment in the series, consisting of Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age II. Prior to its official release back in November, 2014, Dragon Age: Inquisition was one of the most awaited games of the year. The gamers and skeptics fell for the game right from the first day and the trailer had done its job of building up anticipation, correctly!

The aesthetic appeal of the trailer and people’s anticipation could only be matched by the Game of Thrones trailer. The Dragon Age franchise is based on an open world scenario where the gamers are free to explore as they please! The gamers can travel through the interactive and responsive background stories and seek additional adventure, increasing the file size!

The best part about the events is that BioWare has actually included real-world political incidences to some of these situations, treating the gamers to a walk down history’s lane! The design team needs a certain amount of praise too, as the graphic settings right from the snow-covered peaks to the dangerous seas, look vibrant and life-like!

4 thoughts on “Dragon Age: Inquisition Brings Personalization to a Whole Different Level, Spoils of Avvar DLC Unveiled, Tips and Trick to Help You Survive, More Details”

  1. Please give us a DLC that lets us change the face and hair of any NPC in the game. This way I can make Cassandra Pentaghast look like a female, make Josephine attractive, make Sera no longer look like gollum and give Vivienne hair so I can focus on what she is talking about instead of staring at her bald head.

  2. Sorry my friend, not everyone is politically correct like you. I like eye candy in games, the same eye candy that was in DAO, DA2, ME1, ME2, ME3, Kotor.

  3. @LuzariusLive – I’d love to be able to specialize but some people feel it would take too much away from the character’s persona. For example, I’ve seen pictures of Vivienne as Caucasian which if done cheats BioWare because having a female POC was something VERY lacking in the series. However, I would like to be able to choose scars and hair styles while keeping the baseline the same. What I really want is WEAPON tinting but that’s just me. If we can add specs to defensive gear (armor) why not combative gear (weapons)? Doubt they’ll do it but oh well.

    Don’t even get me started on specializations because being forced to choose just ONE feels like I’m being cheated IMHO. DAO, DAO: Awakening and DA2 allowed for two types but I digress.

    @Kostas – Yes, the comment was superficial but the commercialistic nature of a consumer driven society reinforces such attitudes. One of the important things to be aware of is that if Xbox One, PS4 or Alien Alpha games are so ridiculous in terms of cost we need be engaged (it’s kinda like cat herding if you think about it, lol) and customization and new DLCs fit that paradigm. Also, your insult isn’t helpful but some people are prone to being reactionary.

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