Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC No Longer Coming to Xbox 360 and PS3

BioWare details save transfer feature to encourage people to move to PS4 and Xbox One versions.

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Developer BioWare has said it will no longer support the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions of Dragon Age: Inquisition with downloadable content.

The news was revealed on the official Dragon Age blog, where BioWare said "all future Dragon Age: Inquisition DLC will be available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One only."

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To encourage players to move to the versions released for newer consoles, BioWare has also introduced the ability to export saves and move them over.

"We designed our Save Importer feature to help make the transition to a new console as easy as possible," it explained.

A step-by-step FAQ on importing saves is available here, for those interested.

Dragon Age: Inquisition creative director Mike Laidlaw has previously indicated more story DLC is in the works.

"We’re not quite done with story content for DAI just yet," he said on Twitter.

One character who will not feature in any future story DLC for Dragon Age: Inquisition is the Hero of Ferelden from Dragon Age: Origins.

"I've already said that the Hero of Ferelden will not be appearing. Sorry!" Laidlaw said "I do not feel the HOF would work well as an NPC."

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