Dragon Age: Inquisition (opens in new tab)'s single-player campaign has already expanded with a quest into Avvar territory and a slightly occult shopping trip, and it sounds like more is on the way. Dragon Age creative director Mike Laidlaw told fans on Twitter (opens in new tab) that BioWare isn't "quite done with story content for DAI just yet."
Laidlaw mentioned over the weekend that things had finally started to come together on an unspecified project. Laidlaw wasn't inclined to say much more about the theoretical story expansion, though he did confirm that it won't include an appearance from the HOF (opens in new tab).
At first I thought Laidlaw was shooting down a potential role for David Hasselhoff, but it turns out that stands for Hero of Ferelden, otherwise known as your custom protagonist from Dragon Age: Origins. So there's still hope!
Hoff or no, "story content" could mean just about anything. Whatever it is, hopefully it falls more in line with Jaws of Hakkon (opens in new tab), which journeyed to the home of the mysterious Avvar barbarians to reveal the fate of the last Inquisitor, than with the Black Emporium (opens in new tab), which added a magic face-changing mirror and some new thrones to buy. Not that there's anything wrong with new thrones, but you can only sit around and look inquisitorial for so long.