Bioware Working On Patches For Dragon Age: Inquisition, Will Address Reported Issues From Fanbase

Dragon Age: Inquisition has just been released, and Bioware is already working on upcoming fixes that will address issues that are being reported by its fanbase. As Bioware’s Mark Darrah noted, the company has been hearing a number of concerns from members of its PC community, and is currently working on patches that will address some of them.

With the release of Dragon Age: Inquisition, we’ve been hearing a number of concerns from members of our PC communitysaid Mark and listed some of them.

Bioware is aware of the driver support issues, the hitching and frame rate issues in cutscenes, the keyboard and mouse controls that some PC gamers found ‘weird’, as well as the demand for general user interface optimizations for the PC.

“Player experience is a top priority for us. Our goal is to address as many of these as possible in our upcoming patches, including some in our next patch, which is underway. We’ll release further details in the coming days and will continue to monitor your concerns.”

There is no ETA yet about when the first update will be released, or what exactly it will fix.

Enjoy and stay tuned for more!

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