Dragon Age: Inquisition isn't even a year old yet, but for some reason it feels like it's been forever since it came out. I played it, had a gay old time with my slender elven Knight-Enchanter, finished the story, then settled down to wait until BioWare saw fit to answer some of the more teaser-y questions raised by the end of the story. It looks like that time is coming soon-ish, as they've announced Trespasser, the third and final DLC expansion for the game.
Unlike the previous two expansions, The Jaws of Hakkon and The Descent, Trespasser will be a full-on epilogue to the main story, set two years after its conclusion. In fact, it'll require a character that has actually beaten the main storyline to start, though the narrative payoffs purport to determine the fate the Inquisitor, and "explore what it's like to be a world-saving organization when the world no longer needs saving." Lead Designer Mike Laidlaw even teased that Trespasser might contain hints as to "the future of Thedas" - and presumably future installments of Dragon Age.
Aside from that, another major patch for the game is also upcoming. It'll include more free content, such as a Golden Nug statue that syncs collectibles and unlocked schematics across multiple saves (essentially turning any game into a "New Game Plus"), and a wardrobe that finally allows Inquisitors to change out of their default beige castle pajamas when hanging out in Skyhold. Mods have allowed that kind of thing for a while, granted, but I'm sure everyone will welcome "about a dozen outfits of varying colors, each carefully selected to minimize instances of plunging a spiked pauldron into your love interest's face when you kiss him or her."