BioWare, during the PAX Prime, announced that it's Dragon Age: Inquisition will be receiving its concluding downloadable content – Trespasser DLC. While Trespasser DLC had previously been leaked online, it was never confirmed by its developer.

It was an accidental leak from Electronic Arts Spain and was later taken down by the publisher.

Speaking about the new DLC, BioWare said that this will be an epilogue and will be acquainting us with a new story being set two years after the main story.

"The story explores what it's like to be a world-saving organization when the world no longer needs saving. It's a chance to meet and talk with old friends, to uncover a new threat, and ultimately decide the fate of the Inquisition you worked so hard to build," said BioWare's Mike Laidlaw in his official post.

It went on to hint that this DLC could very well "contain hints about the future of Thedas, too."

Inquisition players cannot just jump into the new DLC when it gets released, since players will need to have a character that would have "completed DAI's main storyline."

A new patch will also hit PC, PS4 and Xbox One platforms on 8 September, 2015. This patch will see the addition of a Golden Nug that will allow "syncing" of player's collectibles across the game following the completion of the main story.

Players need to go to Skyhold Undercroft after the game and click on the Golden Nug statue. Once this is done, both online and on the platform, the player will get a similar one.

This will allow players to use these collectibles without having to restart the game. The collections of every character will be added. The sync will include, "crafting schematics (including those acquired in DLC packs, as long as the packs are installed), potion recipes (but not upgrades), mounts, and Skyhold decorations."

The patch will be adding wardrobe to Skyhold and will come with about 12 preloaded outfits of different colours. Players will find the wardrobe in the bedroom once the patch goes live and all these features will not cost players anything and will be completely free of cost. The patch will also come with "the usual fixes."

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