With the last DLC, Trespasser, already out for “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” developer BioWare is now focusing on improving and fixing any bugs in the game. A new patch 11 has been released for this purpose.

The developer detailed over its official BioWare blog the changes that the latest patch will bring. According to BioWare, the goal was to improve the game’s stability and add a few features to players. Single-player portraits are now gone from the multiplayer mode. Another major addition is the Red Lyrium Weapons. BioWare has not made these available even to players who have yet to complete the Quest for the Red Lyrium Reapers mini-game. This is done via the Special Delivery Chest.

There are a few notable fixes coming with “Dragon Age: Inquisition” patch 11. These include reducing the damage of Explosive Shot, fixing the quest item drop when using Spirit Mark on an enemy, reducing the frequency of the Veilfire Multiplayer event and fixing the crashing issue with the Lunge and Slash ability.

While other territories have already been enjoying the last installment of “Dragon Age: Inquisition,” there is one area where the game will no longer be available. After a short stint on the PlayStation Network, “Dragon Age: Inquisition” has been pulled out of the Indian PSN. It appears that the previous listing was a mistake on the part of Sony, as the game was not even included for a release in India for Origin and Xbox, NDTV reported.

“It was an unintended error which was immediately remedied once the operations team had noticed it. There has actually been no reversal in our policy and so ‘Dragon Age Inquisition’ Game of the Year Edition is not available in India,” said EA to NDTV.

Players who may have taken advantage of the game’s appearance in the PlayStation Network will be refunded for any preorders filed. Sony has confirmed this so as to avoid any breach done to the local laws in the region.

"Dragon Age: Inquisition" Trespasser DLC (Credit: YouTube/sonyplaystation)

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