BioWare has made some of the most critically acclaimed games of all time. Unfortunately, it's also made some of the buggiest. Dragon Age: Inquisition is no exception. It is a wonderful adventure and one of my favorite games of last year; however, it had a huge list of bugs.
BioWare has been steadily putting out patches, which have eliminated a large chunk of glitches and added features players almost unanimously requested. Unfortunately, when I played, the patch that added item indicators on the minimap while pinging hadn't made it out yet. A good hour of my playthrough was spent searching for loot, only to realize a door or ladder had triggered a ping. One long, maddening eternal hour that I left a part of myself behind in.
BioWare is touting Patch Five as the biggest patch it's released to date. For the first time, it'll be employing a small group of players to beta test the patch in the near future in an attempt to isolate bugs quickly and allow the developers to interact directly with part of their fanbase.... read more