Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser for PC
PC - DLC, Windows

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser

Sep 8, 2015
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Developer: BioWare
Content Rating: Mature


After saving the world of Thedas by closing the Breach, your next mission determines the future of the Inquisition itself. Win a race against time to defeat a great evil that could devastate Thedas. In this DLC, playable after the events of Dragon Age: Inquisition, embark on a last adventure to confront the one who started it all.

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Phil SavageSep 22, 2015
There's not much in the way of side-content, either. A few optional fights offer hidden treasures, and exploration can uncover stat bonuses. Trespasser also adds optional difficulty modifiers to the main game—everything from nerfing health potions to buffing bears—that offer the chance at special rewards. Ultimately, though, Trespasser is first and foremost Inquisition's epilogue. It offers a long, twisting mission, fun character moments and a satisfying pay-off.
Stacey JohnsonSep 14, 2015
A common complaint about previous Inquisition DLC was that it didn’t add anything to the main story, that it had no consequence. Not so here, where consequences abound. Whether it’s the consequences of a companion’s personal quest, or the fate of the Inquisition itself, it all matters. Trespasser goes a long way to prove that Bioware really does listen to what fans have to say without feeling like it’s pandering.
Nick TanSep 10, 2015
Trespasser is one of the best DLCs in recent memory. It could be argued that Trespasser should have been a part of the original game since it wraps up Dragon Age: Inquisition so cleanly, but it does resonate as a distinct epilogue and holds up to the test of what should count as extra content. Apart from a few quibbles, Trespasser treats its cast of characters, the main game, and the Dragon Age series respectfully, balancing fan-service nods, thoughtful level design, and robust combat.