Finally, you can store your junk somewhere else in Dragon Age: Inquisition

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Oh, thank the Maker: you no longer have to carry all kinds of rubbish around with you – developer Bioware has finally finished added a separate chest to Dragon Age: Inquisition dedicated to crap storage.

Thanks to the upcoming Patch Five, those rubbish items you inevitably pick up along the way (or items you just can’t bear to part with) don’t have to take up valuable inventory space for long, as the patch will add a new chest that lives in the Undercroft in Skyhold, just what you need to store all of your unneeded goods.

This is fantastic news to the hoarders among us, as well as people who aren’t quite sure what to do with all of the stuff they pick up but who don’t like the idea of selling them right away.

The patch doesn’t just bring a new means of storage; it will also add the ability to tint armour to make it look truly unique for those who favour looks over protection, and add a bunch of bug fixes and gameplay tweaks.

Destructoid says Bioware is currently beta testing the patch with actual players (as opposed to in-house beta testers) to ensure everything goes as smoothly as possible when the patch finally goes live for the rest of the fanbase. The beta is only happening on PC so far, however.

Bioware isn’t talking release dates for the patch just yet, though, but it wouldn’t be unfair to expect it in the coming weeks if they’re talking about it.

Are you still playing Dragon Age: Inquisition, or have you moved on to Dying Light?

[Source- Destructoid]

Deon du Plessis

Deon du Plessis

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