Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent Crack/Patch

Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent In Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent, you will venture deep below the surface to discover the source of mysterious earthquakes threatening Thedas.

Download Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 68 / 100
User rating
Downloads 1515
Genre Role-Playing, Action RPG, Western-Style
Company / Developer
BioWare / BioWare

Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent reviews ( 2 )

gloriouspotato, Nov 8, 2015

In essence, The Descent is a 5-6 hour long dungeon crawl in the Deep Roads, where the gameplay revolves around combat and small snippets of exploration. I did manage to enjoy it while it lasted, even if it didn't leave much of an impression when I finished it. If you're expecting a grand story, I think you'll be disappointed. The DLC essentially chalks it up to "intangible magical things are happening because of some other vague intangible magical things we aren't bothering to explain to you" and then abruptly ends. There is some decent loot I guess, but you're not missing out on anything special if you're skipping out on this DLC. Overall rating - 6.2/10

owen1218, Aug 19, 2015

In some ways, this is a step up from Jaws of Hakkon. The linear layout allows for a story focus more like that of DLCs from earlier Dragon Age games. And the combat is better than that of JoH or the box game (not that that's necessarily saying much). But like Jaws of Hakkon, and probably even more so, this feels super cheap and completely ignores everything I liked best about the Dragon Age games. First, your regular companions feel like cardboard cutouts. They say almost nothing as the game relies on two new characters to take that over. This absolutely kills any hope of being immersed in the world. Second, you make almost no choices that have an impact on the game. Dialogue is informational only. Make no mistake: The Descent, like Jaws of Hakkon before it, is purely a cash grab. Never before DA:I has BioWare released a DLC half so dissatisfying. Ordinarily, that's where their best work was done. It is as baffling as it is offensive that content like this-- which hardly feels more than a good fan mod-- is retailing for the same price as Mass Effect 3's Citadel DLC, which clearly took vastly more love and effort to create.