Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws Of Hakkon Crack/Patch

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws Of Hakkon Learn the fate of the last Inquisitor and the powerful dragon he pursued. Enter an overgrown wilderness chock full of Avvar, fiercely independent hunters who settled in the southern mountains of Thedas. Explore their culture to uncover what happened to the last Inquisitor and the dragon he tracked. Discover an ancient Tevinter fortress that hides a powder-keg secret. In this new adventure, playable within the Dragon Age: Inquisition campaign, you will face powerful foes, gain legendary armor and weapons, and confront an ancient god of war bent on destroying the world.

Download Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws Of Hakkon Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 76 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1678
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG, Western-Style
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / BioWare

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws Of Hakkon reviews ( 6 )

seeacooper, Mar 31, 2015

Any DLC that let's me hang out with Scout Harding is well worth it. I got 15 hours off of my first time playing JoH, and since I have several dozen other characters I would say it was a good investment.

RP421969, Apr 6, 2015

Thoroughly enjoyed this add on DLC. For 15$ I was able to get 6 hours of trekking through new terrain, interacting with the Avvar, and catching up with scout Harding. While nothing really new in the way of a overall story arc, and it feels to me this was left out at the time of shipping and then added on as a DLC later is a little annoying, but as the first add on adventure it's a worth while buy

Zaydin, Mar 26, 2015

Best way I can sum up Jaws of Hakkon is that it's more Dragon Age: Inquisition. And whether that is a good thing or a bad thing depends on how you felt about the base game. It's a fairly solid DLC, for what it's worth, with a good amount of content and a new location, along with new items and crafting plans. It's an end-game DLC, with the recommended level for it being about level 20, at least in the save I loaded it in. Doesn't push the boundaries much, but it sets a good tone for the DLC for Inquisiton, and one can only hope future DLC is even better.

PappyBakesCakes, Dec 30, 2017

An entire new map creates a fast and fun foray into the past of the inquisition while expanding on some other aspects of the world. The story and side quests are succinct while also providing the exploration and beauty that all of the maps in the base game have. The biggest downsides are the recycling and re-skinning of some game assets instead of new models and also that the world might bait some into the potential that was explored here.

TsarVadim, Apr 9, 2015

Save your money and buy Pillars of Eternity instead or wait for The Witcher 3. DAI and this DLC are both overhyped glitter with no substance. EA really have their teeth in BioWare and this is a frightening example.

sefrabu, Nov 23, 2016

The new map is obviously beautifully crafted and should be a feast for the eyes, but you can't enjoy it much as there's so little to do. The same groups of enemies spawning at alarming rates (sometimes I couldn't even defeat the previous pack when the new arrived) makes exploring a drag. The story is nothing to write home about, and since everything is essentially more of the same and considering the fact that the base game is already packed with similar content, this DLC feels absolutely unnecessary.