At PAX yesterday, BioWare unveiled the next, and final, single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition, titled Trespasser.
The DLC will take place two years after the events of the main game, and will involve the Inquisition taking on a Qunari invasion. Also revealed in the trailer for Trespasser was the use of the mysterious elven artifacts, the Eluvians, being used by both the Inquisitor and the Qunari. There appears to be some political intrigue involving the countries of Ferelden and Orlais, and the Inquisitor is also in danger due to the mark on their hand.
Trespasser looks to be larger in scope than the previous DLC content released for Inquisition, focusing more on character interaction and cut-scenes in the trailer over combat and exploration. It is also designed, according to BioWare, to serve as an epilogue to Inquisition, so it is only playable after finishing the main game. A video package for Trespasser was released last night, and is posted below. Be warned as it contains several spoilers to the ending of Inquisition.
Trespasser is the third single-player DLC released for Dragon Age: Inquisition. The last single-player DLC, Descent, where players would travel through the Deep Roads of the Dragon Age world, was revealed and released only a month ago. According to BioWare, this will be the final DLC released for the single-player game. It is possible they will release more for multiplayer, although that has not been confirmed at this time by the developers.
BioWare has also announced a major patch to Inquisition, which will include new wardrobe for the Inquisitor to wear at Skyhold, and a new sync option that allows players to retain their collectibles, including mounts, potion recipes, decorations and schematics without restarting in-game. These collectibles are also now shareable between accounts after the main game is complete, offering features found in new game plus to new accounts.
Trespasser is scheduled to be released on September 8th for the Xbox One, PS4 and the PC. No price has been given at this time, but it is likely to follow suit at the $15.00 level like the previous DLC.
So are you excited for the final Inquisition DLC? What do you think of Trespasser? Leave your comments below.