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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:45pm 12/08/15 | 4 Comments
And it focuses on the all-around bad dudes of the Dragon Age universe, the Darkspawn. Taking place in the Deep Roads, those being ancient underground caverns and Dwarven tunnels, The Descent provides a new perilous area to explore, new gear to find, and ancient mystery to solve.

Fans of the series will no doubt be familiar with the Deep Roads. The location, or part of them, served as one of the main areas to explore in Dragon Age 2. But, as the trailer for 'The Descent' shows, this will be a new take on the dark underground location. Even the Darkspawn look a little different.



The Descent is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC for $24.95



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Khel
Posted 12:04pm 13/8/15
Prices on DLC are getting silly. $25 is half of what I paid for the entire original game =\
Hogfather
Posted 07:36pm 13/8/15
$25 is an expansion, not DLC.
Vash
Posted 08:16pm 13/8/15
I wish they would stop calling it DLC. I automatically ignore DLC.
If they tell me its an expansion of the campaign like the old days, i might grab it.
Khel
Posted 09:51pm 13/8/15
Its not an expansion of the campaign though, its just a tacked on bit of nothing by the looks of it.
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