A disclaimer on BioWare's official website for Dragon Age: Inquisition claims that all future DLC will be for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC versions only.

BioWare has stated it will no longer be releasing downloadable content for the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 versions of Dragon Age: Inquisition. The House of KOTOR will be releasing a new feature that'll allow you to import your Inquisitor's saves and progress from your PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 to its corresponding current-gen console. This save importing and exporting feature will be included in Inquisition's upcoming major update, which should be rolling out within the next few weeks. Unfortunately, the export/import feature will only work going from PlayStation 3 to PlayStation 4 or Xbox 360 to Xbox One — no kinds of cross platform transferring is supported. Likewise, the PC version of the game will not have the ability to import Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 saves.

"All future Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One only," BioWare's disclaimer reads. "so we designed our Save Importer feature to help make the transition to a new console as easy as possible."

Any players who bought the Spoils of the Avvar or Jaws of Hakkon downloadable content for the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360 have unlocked it for free on their corresponding current-gen console, just as long as the same Xbox Live or PlayStation Network ID is used between consoles. We should note that you can only import one saved game at a time, and that importing a different save will get rid of the previous one. As for Inquisition's next big piece of DLC? We'll just have to wait and see.

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