Dragon Age Inquisition DLC Trespasser Takes You to Orlais, Puts Cheese on Your Eyes

Published 3 years ago by Jane Douglas

Dairy me

We play Dragon Age Inquisition DLC epilogue Trespasser, which starts two years after the events of Dragon Age Inquisition (read: spoilers ahead) when my Inquisitor gets a spa day in an Orlesian cheese spa, at last. Have a watch of this Xbox One gameplay.

Dragon Age Inquisition's Trespasser DLC is a delicious blend of sweet fan service and cool, refreshing story content for those parched Dragon Age fans who have finished the main game. Am I thirsty? I must be thirsty.

Set two years after Dragon Age Inquisition ends, Trespasser takes the Inquisitor back to Orlais for important political reasons that will surely be explained in a serious council of serious diplomats.

Not to worry, though; it's not long before you're catching up with old friends in the ritzy Winter Palace and getting the band back together to dive through elvish mirror portals to mysterious elvish ruins.

The little friendship vignette for each party character (for which, see the Xbox One gameplay video above) is classic BioWare fan service, delivered with a wink. Vivienne's girly spa day with Orlesian eye cheese treatment is the silliest and best.

Previously on Outside Xbox: Dragon Age Inquisition DLC The Descent Brings Back Darkspawn, Deep Roads, Slow Lifts.

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Jane Douglas
Jane is co-editor at Outside Xbox, where she writes words and makes videos. She enjoys dialogue trees.

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