Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser DLC Review

Trespasser is the final single-player DLC to be released for BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition. It takes a two-year jump into the future following the events of Inquisition, so if you haven't completed the core game and watched the post-credit epilogue, there are spoilers ahead.

After an enjoyable foray into a new region in Jaws of Hakkon, then a so-so delve through the Deep Roads with The Descent, Trespasser puts the previous two DLCs to shame with its depth. Once again we can interact with our companions and find out how their stories have furthered, and our choices from the main storyline in Inquisition may (or may not) come back to haunt us. Orlais and Ferelden are bickering (as usual), French accents are abound, there's finally a mabari introduced, and—depending on who you romanced—a wedding could be in your cards.

Unfortunately (for me), my Lavellan had romanced Solas, so the only thing stacked in my deck was an emotional rollercoaster.

What's Next for Dragon Age?

So, FYI: Dragon Age Inquisition’s final piece of DLC, Trespasser, is pretty wild. It gives players a chance to wrap things up with their Inquisitor’s friends and lovers, and reflect on adventures gone by…

...but it also reveals exactly where Dragon Age 4 will take place, introduces a new main villain, completely transforms the Inquisition, and uh, chops off someone’s arm. It’s full of clues about the next game. Needless to say, there’s a lot of spoilers ahead! 

Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent DLC Review

Well guys, looks like it's Tuesday again.

Today marks the launch of Dragon Age: Inquisition's final single-player post-game content DLC, Trespasser. Our review for Trespasser is yet to come, but first we want to take a look at the game's previous release.

Last month, BioWare released the second single-player DLC for Inquisition. Taking the Inquisitor on a journey into the Deep Roads (because no Dragon Age game can be complete without that area), The Descent is an adventure that reveals dark secrets that even the dwarves of Orzammar are shocked to discover.

Film Friday: Fourteen New Trailers (Part One)

A lot of great trailers rolled out this week, so we have a two-part collection! In the first half, enjoy flicks from Assassin's Creed Syndicate, Atlas Reactor, DOOM, Dragon Age: Inquisition, Halo 5: Guardians, Tinertia, and Total War: Warhammer.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent DLC Revealed

BioWare announced the next single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition - The Descent! The Inquisitor and their companions will journey into the Deep Roads, defeating darkspawn while trying to solve the mystery behind the earthquakes that has put the world of Thedas in peril.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon Review

Dragon Age: Inquisition's first single-player DLC, Jaws of Hakkon, was released a few weeks ago, introducing a new region and storyline to the game. The new area, Frostback Basin, both beautiful and challenging, is recommended for level 20+ characters and can be reached before or after the completion of the main story. Avvar—friendly and not—are the primary inhabitants of the region and are whom most of the quests end up involving.

In the DLC you'll embark on a new main story adventure to discover what exactly happened to the last Inquisitior, Ameridan, who had disappeared 800 years before you took the post. Numerous side-quests will involve gaining the trust of the friendly Avvar at Stone-Bear Hold, pushing back the threat from the unfriendly Avvar calling themselves the Jaws of Hakkon, and furthering the inquisition's discovery and foothold in the region.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon Launches

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon has fully launched on both PC and Xbox One! Pick it up now on Origin or the Xbox Marketplace for $14.99. To celebrate, BioWare has now released the full DLC trailer.

Dragon Age: Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon Update

Announced earlier today, Jaws of Hakkon is the first single-player DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition. While the trailer is yet to come tomorrow, we got word tonight that due to a technically-fortunate error, Xbox One players can purchase the DLC right now for $14.99 (PC players must still wait until tomorrow).

BioWare Drops Inquisition DLC Teaser

Dragon Age: Inquisition players were treated to the teasing of a DLC today: the Jaws of Hakkon. As teased, the trailer and the DLC (confirmed by BioWare) is due out tomorrow, and soon we'll have a hands-on review coming your way in the near future!

Film Friday: Thirteen New Trailers (Part Two)

Thirteen New Trailers: Part Two

Humor, action and stunning visuals! In the second half of Film Friday we have a collection of videos from Armored Warfare, Call of Duty, Dragon Age: Inquisition, H1Z1, Supernova and The Sims 4.