Dragon Age: Inquisition heads underground with The Descent on August 11

Bioware has announced the next major piece of downloadable content for Dragon Age: Inquisition, The Descent. This new adventure takes the Inquisitor and their party into the caverns and tunnels of Thedas' Deep Roads, where hordes of darkspawn await.

From Bioware:

Explore the legendary Deep Roads, but ensure that you come prepared. A perilous journey awaits underground, where vast, darkspawn-infested caverns will challenge the Inquisition like never before.

The Descent will hit PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on August 11. This is the second major piece of story-based DLC content for Dragon Age: Inquisition, following the release of The Jaws of Hakkon earlier this year.

Source: Bioware

Joseph Keller
11 Comments
  • Dragon Age: The Decent Inquisition. It's not the best game but it's okay...
  • I've got nearly 200 hours into it with the multiplayer, I've really enjoyed it.
  • Dragon Age: The Meh-it's-just-ok Expansion. Coming ... soonish, I guess. Whatever.
  • Underground? Has it been banned? /s
  • That typo
  • No one expects the Decent Inquisition! /sorry
  • Or better... *Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Decent rolls saving throw against the spell "Check". /double sorry
  • Awesome game but dont think the dlc's will be worth it without new bantering, stopped midway on my third character. Did over 90 hours on the 2 completed characters (all side quests and all lol) Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Will Aedan Cousland be there?
  • OK - so I get that big monsters and bosses are scary but I've always wondered: What do they eat? I mean - who goes shopping for the 50 foot tall boss-bad-guy? How does the boss get anything done when he's too big to leave his cave? Are there other big-boss-gals for them to talk to? I mean - basically these giant "foes" are handicapped by physical abnormalities, disfigurations and extreme giantism. They can't live a normal life or have normal relationships - some may even be constantly starving - and so they are lonely, angry, and generally emotionally distressed. Then along comes a band of tiny, ego driven, pretty faced, well dressed magic weilders busting into their home with the intent to kill. Who's really the "bad guy" in these games?
  • I do love the deep roads. Normally not very into dungeon exploration but there is something about he lore and mystery of the deep roads that makes it fun to explore in each DA game. Definately on my list, hopefully its adds something lore-wise.