Dragon Age: Inquisition PS4 Jaws of Hakkon DLC Release Date Revealed

BioWare RPG's first expansion coming to PlayStation and last-gen consoles later this month.


Dragon Age: Inquisition's Jaws of Hakkon expansion, which launched in March exclusively for Xbox One and PC and caused a bit of controversy, now has a release date for the PlayStation 4 and last-gen editions.

BioWare announced through Twitter on Friday that Jaws of Hakkon, Inquisition's first major story expansion, will be released on PS4, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360 on May 26.

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Set in an overgrown wilderness populated by the Avvar hunter people, the $15 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."

In GameSpot's 7/10 Jaws of Hakkon review, critic Austin Walker praised its new perspective on the Dragon Age lore and its gorgeous and varied environments. But Walker also wrote that Jaws of Hakkon lacks the cinematic storytelling of the base game, and notes that a few missions can be boring.

Jaws of Hakkon was released first on Xbox One as part of an exclusivity arrangement between BioWare studio owner Electronic Arts and Microsoft. As part of this agreement, BioWare was forbidden from even talking about when the content would be released on other platforms.

BioWare general manager Aaryn Flynn said back in March that he hopes PlayStation fans won't boycott Jaws of Hakkon due to the developer's exclusivity deal with Microsoft.

For a closer look at Jaws of Hakkon, check out some images in the gallery below.

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