Posted Sun Aug 30, 2015 at 01:26 PM PDT by Connor Sears
What happens to heroes when they are no longer needed?
BioWare and EA have pulled back the curtain on 'Trespasser,' the final DLC for 'Dragon Age: Inquisition.'
'Trespasser' serves as the game's epilogue, taking place two years after the end of the base game's story. The new story will take a look at what becomes of the Inquisition when the world no longer needs it.
The DLC drops September 8. Only characters that have completed the main 'Inquisition' storyline will be able to explore the new content of 'Trespasser.'
Also announced was free patch content that will be coming soon to all players on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The big new addition is a special Golden Nug statue that allows players to sync their collections among different games that are on the same platform. This means that players who juggle several different characters at various points in the game will still be able to take advantage of their existing collection of crafting schematics, potion recipes, mounts, and Skyhold decorations—as long as at least one character has finished the game. The system is additive, so each character that participates will be able to contribute to the overall collection. The upcoming patch also includes a new wardrobe in Skyhold so players can add a little color and variety to their gameplay.
You can check out the DLC's reveal trailer below.
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