Dragon Age Inquisition Patch 3 Detailed; Banter System Tweaked

By   /   Jan 20, 2015

Despite being one of the most anticipated games of last year, as well as a project that Bioware has honestly poured their hearts into, Dragon Age Inquisition was not free from bugs.

However, that is expected with such a game. So like the previous updates, the PC version’s patch 3 is also being dedicated to quashing bugs; mostly the ones relating to player experience and character progression. Detailed patch notes have been shared on the official website of Bioware.

Top of the list among the changes that are coming to the game with the update are improvements that have been made to the banter system. The developers have “tweaked the banter system to be less random in order to prevent extra-long periods of silence.”

This means that the characters are going to be comparatively more talkative.

Bioware has also taken care of some quest blockers in the case of Sera and Dorian as well as a spawning issue relating to Solas.

Moving on, some of the features that you guys requested will also make their way to Dragon Age Inquisition with the Patch 3. Here’s what the developers had to say on that:

We added some much-requested features, including key binding that allows walking for PC and push-to-talk functionality in the multiplayer end of match summary and armor upgrade menus. We also added a new multiplayer Destruction route, and players can now challenge themselves in the fiery Elven Ruins.

The complete list of bug fixes is quite lengthy so I would suggest that you head to the post linked above and read up on them.

Do tell us if there was anything else that should have been fixed with the Dragon Age Inquisition Patch 3.