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Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser

Rating Summary

Based on 9 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

81

Top Critic Average

78%

Critics Recommend

Based on 9 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Sep 8, 2015
Xbox OneSep 8, 2015
PCSep 8, 2015

Developer: BioWare

Genres: Adventure, RPG

The Inquisition's Final Chapter

You are the Inquisitor and you must decide the Inquisition's final fate. A tremendous enemy threatens Thedas. The stakes are nothing less than the future of the Inquisition. Your mark burns with the magic of the Fade. Danger is everywhere. Thwart assassins. Fight back an invasion. Even after the Breach has been closed, Dragon Age: Inquisition - Trespasser presents an all-new single player adventure that ups the stakes and then some.

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PC Gamer

77 / 100
PC Gamer

A worthy end to Dragon Age: Inquisition. A lengthy quest with a satisfying pay-off makes up for some unimaginative encounters.

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Eurogamer

Recommended
Eurogamer

Endings are difficult, but Trespasser shows that BioWare can get them right. The DLC is allowed to tell its own tale while better rounding off Inquisition's own, and at the same time set up story threads for the future. It acts as a fitting farewell to its cast of characters but also a prologue to where the Dragon Age world may head next.

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IGN

7 / 10.0
IGN

Even 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.

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Kotaku

Yes
Kotaku

A little rushed and a little clumsy, but ultimately well-intentioned and welcome.

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