Published on July 7th, 2015 | by Patrick Doyle0
Dragon Age: Inquisition Future DLC Won’t Be Released On Xbox 360, PS3
BioWare will not be developing any more add-on content for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Dragon Age: Inquisition. That means future DLC will only release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.
However, players who started playing the game on last-gen platforms will be able to carry forward their save files to Xbox One or PS4 when the new Save Importer tool launches with the “Patch 8” title update later this month, as long as they stay within the same console family (i.e. Xbox 360 to Xbox One or PS3 to PS4).
Previous DLC purchases on Xbox 360 and PS3, such as Jaws of Hakkon and Spoils of the Avvar, as well as promotional content will also carry forward to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, respectively. This means the player will only need to buy a new version of the game.
Although there’s no limit on the number of times single player save files can be migrated, multiplayer progress can only be transferred once, overwrites any Xbox One or PS4 multiplayer progress, and Platinum doesn’t transfer between systems.
You can read more on how the Save Importer works on DragonAge.com.
It’s worth noting that Dragon Age: Inquisition is currently discounted in the Xbox Ultimate Games Sale and will also be added to the EA Access vault on Xbox One in August.