- Publisher: BioWare
- Release Date: Sep 9, 2015
- Also On: PC, PlayStation 4
- Summary: Trespasser tells an entirely new story, set 2 years after the main game. The story explores what it's like to be a world-saving organization when the world no longer needs saving.
- Developer: BioWare
- Genre(s): Role-Playing, Action RPG, Western-Style
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Dragon Age: Inquisition - Game of the Year Edition Trailer
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Mixed: 2 out of 2
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Sep 10, 2015Even with a few stories left unresolved and a lack of new loot to drive me to explore its relatively narrow world, it was great saying goodbye to my friends and getting a sneak peek at what might yet be ahead for the denizens of Thedas.
Official Xbox Magazine UKNov 9, 2015Trespasser has a little more sentiment than substance, but it's still a good last outing for your Inquisitor. [Dec 2015, p.91]
Positive: 0 out of 3
Mixed: 2 out of 3
Negative: 1 out of 3
Nov 6, 2015For the story whore in Dragon Age this is a must, but for those looking to enjoy a new experience not much new to see here.
It does improveFor the story whore in Dragon Age this is a must, but for those looking to enjoy a new experience not much new to see here.
It does improve on the previous DLC entry's but with the end being the end, and now follow up makes it kinda un-Bioware like. This should have been the Citadel DLC, with a great celebration ending that since the Inquisition off with a bang!… Expand
Sep 14, 2015Trespasser shines brightly when the Inquisitor's sword is in its sheath, but overall feels like a missed opportunity.
Two years after theTrespasser shines brightly when the Inquisitor's sword is in its sheath, but overall feels like a missed opportunity.
Two years after the Herald closed the breach and with Corypheus long dead, it would have been more interesting to actually argue the merits of the Inquisition and retroactively account for any perceived misdeeds at the Exalted Council rather than slay hordes of Qunari in a nonsense invasion plot.
It gets it more right with several decent companion interaction scenes and its showstopper of an ending. Major choices in the base content are respected and there are many references to the superior Dragon Age II in dialogue and codex entries.
It's just a shame that, as in the main game, the balance between role-playing and combat is so tilted in favour of hitting things.… Expand
Sep 11, 2015A mild send-off to an otherwise great game, the DLC trespasser gives you the chance to once again meet with all you companions from the baseA mild send-off to an otherwise great game, the DLC trespasser gives you the chance to once again meet with all you companions from the base game, with new dialogue and encounters that are sure to bring back some old memories, Trespasser may seem like the worthy send off, but is otherwise an overpriced linear expansion that the game could have done without.
Taking place 2 years after the breach and the events of the main game, the inquisitions power has grown along with the suspicions that surround it taking you to Orlais in order to fight for the relevance of the inquisition in the other-wise back to normal world. However troubles once again follow the inquisitor as they are pitted up against the Quinari army while at the same time facing the possibility of death from the inquisitors mark
Gameplay in this DLC is relatively same-same facing the same terrible AI as-well as the same overly long enemy battles. The only new additions are new mark powers which, serve as temporary buffs to the inquisitors attack and defense
But enough of that, because the games main drawing point is the RPG element, the ability to make choices in the game. Choices of which bioware believed were obsolete when coming to the epilogue of the game. When playing the DLC you will find that a good majority of your main campaign choices are not even mentioned let alone implemented, with the only carrying on factors being being your choice of divine and romance option. The only actual choice that you make in the DLC comes toward the end and despite the seriousness behind the choice leaves you with about as much resolution as the mass effect 3 ending.
Overall where the taste isn't as bitter as the descent in your mouth, Trespasser offers very little to be glad about, giving you a bare minimum ending and poor send-off to the inquisitor who you were likely to have had spend 100's of hours with before hand.… Expand