BioWare Can't Say When Dragon Age Inquisition DLC Comes to PS4

"Hopefully you can be patient," executive producer says to PlayStation fans awaiting the Jaws of Hakkon expansion.

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Jaws of Hakkon, the new DLC for BioWare's Dragon Age: Inquisition, was released on Tuesday across Xbox One and PC--but not PlayStation 4. Now, BioWare has confirmed that the new expansion will eventually come to Sony's new console, though executive producer Mark Darrah asks PlayStation fans to be patient.

Jaws of Hakkon's timed-exclusive release for Xbox One and PC is part of a special deal between Microsoft and BioWare owner Electronic Arts. Microsoft also has an agreement with Activision that ensures all Call of Duty DLC is released first on Xbox.

Darrah went on to suggest that the EA-Microsoft agreement contains a clause that forbids BioWare from discussing the length of the Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC exclusivity arrangement.

So far, the Jaws of Hakkon expansion has been confirmed only for Xbox One, PC, and PS4. BioWare has not announced any plans to bring the DLC to last-generation consoles such as Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3.

In Jaws of Hakkon, players will "discover the fate of the last Inquisitor and the powerful dragon he hunted."

Set in an overgrown wilderness populated by the Avvar hunter people, the content will see players exploring an "ancient Tevinter fortress that hides a dangerous secret."

Gamers can also expect to face off against new enemies, and amass new legendary armor and weapons. Jaws of Hakkon concludes with a battle against an "ancient god of war bent on destroying the world."

The content is available now across Xbox One and PC for $15. For a closer look, check out the image gallery below.

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