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Dragon Age Inquisition Game Of The Year Edition...

The technical challenges meant the game's development was behind schedule. Art director Matthew Goldman said of development, "basically we had to do new consoles, a new engine, new gameplay, build the hugest game that we've ever made, and build it to a higher standard than we ever did, with tools that don't exist". The game was unplayable during the first several years of development. Darrah later asked EA to delay the game for a year because of these development troubles, on the condition that BioWare incorporated more features into the game, such as multiple playable races.[47] The problem was alleviated during the game's later stages of development, as BioWare and DICE managed to cooperate better, resulting in faster progress in 2014.[52] However, the development team did not have sufficient time for development because the game had to ship in late 2014. As II was internally considered a misfire, Inquisition had to be a success to win back alienated fans. The team resorted to crunching extensively in late 2014.[47]

Dragon Age Inquisition Game of the Year Edition...

In addition to the standard version, other editions of Inquisition were made available for purchase. The Digital Deluxe Edition and Inquisitor's Editions come bundled with a digital copy of the game's OST as well as multiple in-game bonus items, such as a throne made out of a dragon's skull for Skyhold, mount skins, and the Flames of the Inquisition equipment series.[86] The multiplayer DLC packs Destruction and Dragonslayer were released in December 2014 and May 2015 respectively, and both were available free of charge.[87][88] New playable agents were also added in post-launch patches.[89] The first single-player DLC Jaws of Hakkon was released on March 24, 2015, for PC and Xbox 360 and May 26, 2015, for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and Xbox 360. It focuses on the previous Inquisition and the fate of the Inquisitor's predecessor, and introduces a new open area called the Frostback Basin.[90] The Black Emporium, released on May 5, 2015 and available free of charge, adds a new vendor that sells exclusive items, and the "Mirror of Transformation", which allow players to change the appearance of their Inquisitor as many times as they want.[91][92]

On July 6, 2015, BioWare announced that they intended to cease support for the remaining downloadable content of Inquisition for the seventh generation of video game consoles, though players can transfer their saved games to the newer hardwares.[93] Spoils of the Avvar, which adds new in-game items, schematics, and customization options, was the last content pack released for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on June 9, 2015,[94] while Spoils of the Qunari was the first content pack released exclusively for the eighth generation of video game consoles on July 22, 2015.[95] The second single-player DLC, The Descent, developed by BioWare's Austin studio, was released on August 11, 2015.[49] It brings the Inquisitor to the Deep Roads, where recurrent earthquakes threaten the worldwide lyrium trade, and potentially Thedas as a whole.[96] The last single-player DLC, Trespasser, was released on September 8, 2015, set two years after the defeat of Corypheus. It expands upon the ending of Inquisition and concludes multiple story threads set up by the main game.[85] EA released a Game of the Year edition of the game, which bundled the base game and all post-launch additional content, on October 6, 2015.[97]

I think it's rubbish. I suspect they've done this to combat second hand sales. But it means if you put the disc in a different consoles twenty plus years from now, you're missing half the game. Or if you have no Internet to begin with, you're missing half the game. I'm sure the Publisher couldn't care less about that but it's a real shame for super fans who will want to keep replaying.

This sucks! My Dad lives way out in the mountains with no internet service. I used to be able to bring him games to play. Especially game of the year editions with all content and patches on disc. No more. Now just about all games need a connection to download just to work. Why can't they just make complete games anymore. 041b061a72


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