'Dragon Age: Inquisition Patch 5' Will be 'Biggest' From Bioware To Date

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The PC version of Dragon Age Inquisition will be getting a massive patch soon.

It will be the biggest update on the game since its release.

Called "Patch 5," it will add new content to the game and answer the fan's requests; a storage area will be added to the Undercroft--the part of Skyhold where you can forge weapons and craft armor.

This was something that was also added to Dragon Age Origins after its release.

The patch will have a beta, and select fans will be invited to test the changes. Participants will have access to the Black Emporium.

It is uncertain, however, if this will be included in the final patch, or if it's just an incentive for those who try the beta.

"As part of the beta, participants will have access to the Black Emporium," Bioware stated, "a mysterious underground shop run by an immortal proprietor.

There, Inquisitors can find powerful artifacts and tools to aid their cause, purchase epic weapons, powerful accessories, new crafting materials and schematics, and even change their voice and facial appearance using the Mirror of Transformation."

Dragon Age Inquisition is currently up for the SXSW Game of The Year Award. It's a finalist among other games, like: Bayonetta 2, Dark Souls II, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, and Shovel Knight.

For more about Dragon Age, visit its official website here.