BioWare releases the addition of the “Dragon Age: Inquisition – the jaws of Gakona”

The company BioWare, part of Electronic Arts, has announced the release of a new downloadable content (DLC) that extends individual storyline campaign in Dragon Age: Inquisition. The addition of the “Dragon Age: Inquisition – the jaws of Gakona” (Dragon Age: Inquisition – the Jaws of Hakkon) is coming first to the Xbox One from Microsoft and PC (Origin).
BioWare releases the addition of the "Dragon Age: Inquisition - the jaws of Gakona"
Dragon Age: Inquisition – the jaws of Gakona” tells the story of the last Inquisitor and a mighty dragon, who is the hunted. Available for studies of the land of Thedas added a new region with mountains and forests. The players have to fight with evil enemies, find legendary weapons and armor, and uncover ancient mysteries.
Recall that Dragon Age: Inquisition” allows players to explore the dangerous and dark fantasy world, the fate of which depends on their decisions. Brand story gameplay BioWare gives players a choice and their choice defines the development of the history of the game world. “Dragon Age: Inquisition was created on the basis of a role-playing game engine using advanced technology from EA’s Frostbite 3.

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