While Dragon Age: Origins received several DLC quest modules on top of the well-sized Dragon Age: Awakening expansion, Dragon Age: Inquisition has not quite gotten the great post-launch plot-driven single-player DLC support fans hoped for.
Hopefully that changes with the latest and final single player plot-driven DLC “Trespasser”, which seeks to wrap up the Dragon Age: Inquisition story arc with some heavy conflict and a lot of sweet, sweet anger. Taking place two years after the events of Dragon Age: Inquisiton, Trespasser leaves us with an Inquisition challenged by those it seeks to protect and angry at the world it’s saved.
There seems to be a nice amount of variety in this DLC’s locales, and while it isn’t quite looking like it will have the relative scale of a full-on post-campaign expansion, it does look like it will address many of players’ questions about the game’s ending and of the state of Thedas after a hole in the sky was opened and subsequently closed.
Get mad with the trailer for the Trespasser DLC below (Spoiler Alert for those who have not finished Dragon Age: Inquisition). This final single player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition will be out September 8. For more on Dragon Age: Inquisition, and to see why it was our favorite RPG of 2014, check out our review.