Those of you enjoying your adventures in Thedas in Dragon Age: Inquisition are about to see a few changes.

Scylla Costa, producer on Dragon Age: Inquisition, has posted on the BioWare blog about the patches and features coming down the chute that will bring some improvements to the gameplay. Patch 2 is set to go live on PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360 today, Dec. 9. The Xbox One's patch will be released "as soon as possible."

The focus of Patch 2 is on stability, gameplay, multiplayer and fixes for the PC. Here are the items to be fixed in this patch, according to Costa:

  • Stability - Crashes, freezes, audio glitches and improvements to stability.
  • Gameplay - Conversations, quests, plot states, combat, UI, camera, controls, follower/enemy AI and path finding, exploits, radar, and search.
  • Multiplayer - In addition to some of the gameplay improvements listed above, multiplayer fixes also cover areas such as animations, game mode bugs, stat reporting, and stability/crash fixes.
  • PC - Numerous control & UI fixes, fixes to some hitching, improved Mantle performance, graphical glitches.
Patch 3 will likely include a fix to keyboard and mouse controls on PC and adjustments to the banter system, making it so that you hear more party banter more often.
New features and content are also on the way, but not much is said about what could be coming, although it's been revealed that the multiplayer portion of the game will receive regular updates. We'll keep you updated as more information about the changes to Dragon Age: Inquisition are brought to light.