BioWare announced on Friday plans to release the biggest patch to date for the PC version of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The patch is so large that BioWare also revealed plans to beta test it with the community before it's released publicly. BioWare explained that due to the nature of the certification process.BioWare says it's going to launch a beta program for Inquisition's Patch 5. "We want to open up our upcoming Patch 5 to a select group of PC players via signup in a closed, developer-like environment," Inquisition Patch 5 is the biggest patch to date for the game.It adds the ability to bind additional mouse buttons and also introduces an auto-attack key for single-player.The patch adds a shader quality to the graphics options and introduces a slider tool to adjust the size of subtitles. The Patch 5 beta will have access to a "mysterious underground shop" called the Black Emporium. Players can purchase weapons and accessories, and also alter their voice and facial appearance using a new tool called Mirror of Transformation. Also included with Inquisition Patch 5 is a new party storage option to the Undercroft in Skyhold, as well as an "item tinter" that lets players change the color of their armor. The beta program will only be available on PC.