During this weekend, multiplayer heroes of Dragon Age: Inquisition has a new task to finish up. Similar to other weekends, the Inquisition agents have a particular goal to meet in order to get commendation chests and a victory chest. The announcement was recently made on the official Facebook page for Dragon Age: Inquisition. At the present, more than one commendation chest can be earned, unlike the other events.
Meanwhile, Arcanist Dagna has been asking for enemies to be slain by an assortment of different weapons. At the same time, each set of enemies downed by a particular weapon will provide the player with a commendation chest. Arcanist Dagna has a theory regarding the Veil. Like most of her theories, it involved bloodshed. She is currently asking for a large-scale slaughter with a variety of weapons.
If players destroy foes with various kinds of weapons found in the Dragon Age Inquisition multiplayer mode, they can end up earning up to 10 commendation chests. However, each weapon will need 100 enemies in order to get a chest which results in 1000 enemies for a total of 10 chests. For instance, when you kill 100 enemies with a bow, you will receive a commendation chest. Kill more 100 with daggers, and you’ll receive another one.
The weapons here are the ones that are listed in the official Dragon Age website, and all of these weapons are included in the multiplayer mode. They include staves, daggers, bows, one-handed swords, two-handed swords, one-handed axes, two-handed axes, one-handed mauls, two-handed mauls and more.
The community goal of Dragon Age: Inquisition that rewards a victory chest is different for different platforms. While the PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One users need to kill 2.5 million enemies as a community, the PS3 and Xbox 360 users will need to kill 750k adversaries.
Meanwhile, interested agents should at what time the Dragon Age: Inquisition multiplayer events start and end. All kills must be made before the event closes in order to earn commendation and victory chests. Officially, weapon testing began 10AM P.S.T Friday, 20th March and will end 5AM, Monday, 23rd March.