BioWare announced today at PAX Prime that Dragon Age: Inquisition is getting a couple of new Skyhold additions as well as a whole new epilogue DLC called Trespasser.

Trespasser will take place two years post-game. The Inquisition you built has been floundering over the years, and the world you saved is starting to question its necessity and future, sometimes violently. This expansion will not only be the third and final piece of story-based DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition, but will also end the Inquisition itself; “you will decide your Inquisitor’s legacy,” Mike Laidlaw, Bioware’s Creative Director, explained.

From the trailer (below), we see that the Qunari are returning, and we’ll find out more about their movements since Dragon Age 2, as well as the Inquisitor’s rift-closing mark. The Eluvian mirror is also making a reappearance.

Trespasser is set to release on September 8, 2015 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Like Descent, Trespasser will not be coming to Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.

In addition to Trespasser, the game is getting a couple of neat new items for Skyhold, the Inquisitor’s fortress. A Golden Nug statue in the castle’s Undercroft will allow players to upload collectibles and items like schematics to the cloud and then use them no matter which Inquisitor you’re playing—provided it’s on the same platform. Finally, the Inquisitor is getting a wardrobe so they can change out of the questionable beige pajamas they’ve been limited to while romping around Skyhold. (Pretty much everyone agrees that this is a good thing.)

Dragon Age: Inquisition is the third installment in the Dragon Age series of RPGs after Dragon Age: Origins and Dragon Age: 2. It follows the story of the Inquisition and its Inquisitor, who is a customizable character. The game has won many Game of the Year awards, as well as being praised for its storytelling, world-building, and diversity.

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